Yeah if you have to transition to a CanAm you might as well buy a Kia Picante, it has AC.Sorry to hear about your friend’s medical problem. It’s a shame to have a machine like that sitting in the garage gathering dust. Years ago the size of the gas tank on my bikes determined how far I could go without a break. Now it’s my bladder. Age ain’t kind Chico. My neighbour had an accident on his bike in the 70’s and survived it but his back was injured. He’s paying the penalty now. Severe spinal problems, limited mobility, and constant pain. I feel sorry for him because he sees me heading out on my bike and still loves motorcycles. I’ll ride for as long as my body lets me. Every now and then, if I see a motorcycle safety course going on, I get the instructors to check out my slow speed skills. So far so good. If I have to downsize to keep riding, I’ll transition to a super scooter like the BMW 650 GT. Tried the CanAm Spyder. Very stable but I don’t like the geometry of the two front and one rear wheel configuration. I’ve seen two of them in the Puerta Plata area.
In addition to his Yamaha my friend also has two Kawasaki 1000 cc bikes, a Ducati and Aprilla, all café racers and a Piaggio scooter.
He still rides the scooter but his back won't let him manage the others anymore.
It's a shame but he had his fun. Father time catches up to everyone.
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