Let's see. You're in your early twenties, just recently got a full time job, this is the first bike you've owned although you've ridden on some of your friends' bikes. You haven't taken any bike classes and have minimal protective gear but haven't even been out to use hardly at all since getting the bike.
All I'll say about the bike is It's completely custom built by one person. I've ridden a 1971 yamaha RT1 360 2-stroke enduro, a kawasaki LTD 440, KZ 900, KZ 1000, ZX-6R, yamaha R1, multiple Harleys and probably a few more I forgot about. I've actually had the bike for about a year. I ride it every chance I get. If the pavement is dry and it's fairly decent outside I take the bike. Not scared of long trips either, went on a couple 100 plus mile trips over the summer.
haha! man that bike looks cool I dig that choppy garage street fighter look!
oh man a few months ago I rented a tu250 after passing my MSF course and I rode that bike up and down Dallas put 120+ miles on my first day sun rise to beautiful sunset with a cig hanging from my mouth and ZZ Top telling me he's dazed and confused.
Nice garage set-up. As far as long rides, it also has to do with how much an old man 's bones can take. I earned each and every one of my aches and pains, so about one hour ride before a break is about all I should do. A 300 mile day is plenty for me, unless it has plenty of breaks thrown in
Welcome to the forum from another rider who started late in life
That is a cool bike. I was gonna say it's a buell blast too, but after looking at it a second time I realize that's probably not close. Maybe one of the bigger Buells.... I mean I think I see a Vtwin......