Darned if I could even get there now . We have escalating Covid nationally. No further flight restrictions, but they haven't even recovered from previous months losses as yet.We could play "Pass Nigel around the States". I'll cover the Branson area. Should be outside salted road season though. All my toys hibernate till the roads are clean.
guess we'll have to do it via zoom and tape you to the front of the bike.Perhaps one of you computer-savvy guys could make a virtual map and virtual Nigel
they seem to be starting to relax here. walmart opened both entrances again and they no longer have the mask nazi tent outside forcing (yes, physically forcing) people away for not wearing masks.Darned if I could even get there now . We have escalating Covid nationally.
Thank you, doesn’t mean I’m leaving the forum either. This place has a special piece of my heart. As do 900RR’s. But it will be a nice change for sure to have my bride of 22 years enjoy some of my hobbies. We used to ride 2 up way back when we first got married and she/we enjoyed it very much. That seems like a lifetime ago, so now hopefully we can get back to enjoying each other while doing burnouts in the sun with the top down and the radio blasting like we were in our late 20’s again 😂😉😎Good for you Ian, time for a new adventure!
great photos and he seems a decent chap. I’m also moving mine on, time for a change!
Thanks dude. He’s done what I wanted to do with a friend of mine almost 30 years ago but didn’t have the cojones to commit to it. He’s an enthusiast like no other. I thought I loved bikes, riding and wrenching, but he brings it to another level. He will ride bikes very second if every day if possible, and doesn’t care what the bike is. He will be more than happy to talk shop and bikes with you. Ask for Jason.Congrats ian, glad they found someone who will appreciate them.
i've been thinking about opening up a sales shop, might have to look this chap up and pick his brain.