I love motorcycles. I have two. Diane has one. Mine cost a lot in maintenance, but Diane’s is older and just seems to keep breaking down.
I’m missing out on a group ride today to do yardwork and motorcycle work. I’ve finished the yard work now, so I’m going to see if I can get Diane’s bike running again.
Since I rarely ride bikes now, I put most of them up for sale. The idea was to go down to one bike, and have some cash for medical bills from the kidney stone. It would also clear out space in the house. Almost every room in the house has had a least one bike in it.
The Rivendell tandem sold first. It was a unicorn, valuable, but hard to sell. It went cheap. The Trek eBike sold today.
I probably have a buyer for the recumbent, but the seat clamp broke when showing it to her. I’ve ordered another one, but it won’t be here until middle of next week.
The single-speed was for sale too, but nobody seemed interested, even at a bargain price. I really like that bike, so I’ll keep it.
The rSogn is the one bike I’ll keep. It not replaceable. It’s comfortable. It does almost everything.
I had a wake-up moment. Luckily it’s not my heart.
In the last week I had two trips to the ER and a third trip planned ahead for hospitalization and a minor procedure. Why?
Kidney stone. They HURT.
This, more than anything is making me change my ways. Much more is coming. I don’t think I have readers anymore, but I’m gonna write anyway.