Back in my dirt riding days we seldom saw a deer in the woods, there weren't as many as there are now and I'm sure the noise got them moving before they were within eyesight. That is how they will get you though, never see it coming.
Sometimes you just want a job done by a pro, don't have time to tackle a project, or don't want to invest in tools you know you'll need.
It may be a good dealership, or individuals working out of their garage...don't matter as long as the skill is there.
For me, I need someone I...
So here's a new idea. Let's just post what we did - and if ya did nothing, maybe this thread is inspiration for you to do *something*.
I'll kick it off.
I took the GL-1200 to Barnes and Noble - looking for a magazine for my wife. (yeah, I'm cheating, it was yesterday, but hey - it's 7am here.)...
I think it has more to do with your physical health, than it does with age.
This young gentleman from Nova Scotia is only 100 y/o now.
Looking through a drawer today, found a buckle I forgot I still had.
I bought it in a antique shop in NC in the late '90s just a couple years after buying the '85 GL1200A that was Vintage Red.
We had rode the 1200 down the outer banks and came back home inland through SC - NC - into Va.