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Old 06-17-2013, 11:34 AM   #19
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Originally Posted by AZ TOM View Post
When in my 40's, 50's & 60's I would put off a ride for, it's too hot, it's too cold, it's too far, i'm too tired, I need a better bike But at 72 you begin to think, how many more opportunities will I have, so I try & plan accordingly. Have much confidence in my bikes 1995 XR650L & 2008 WR250R. Have a little mech. skill accumulated over the years & some great friends that after a couple days would come looking for me Always invite others to join me on these rides but if no takers I go solo & really what's the worst thing that can happen?

DAMN, Tom a 439 mile "day" is more like an endurance ride. Hell my ass is sore, knees a knock'n and thigh's burn'n... just think'n about it! ... and I'm several years short of your age.

Tom... I agree with your thinking... re/opportunities. Having confidence in your riding skills and bike make solo travel much easier.

Looks like a great trip. Thank you for taking us along.
Mark, a Misplaced Farm Boy....
XR400, plated
TL250, plated
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