Last covid thing then I'm shutting up about it... I think IF we were able to stamp it out in the beginning, like new Zealand, the shut downs would have been worthwhile. I don't think that was entirely feasible in more densely populated areas and now with all the mutations it seems as tho it will be with us indefinitely. But I agree 100% that "herd immunity" will not be reached and it'll basically be like, as you said, getting a flu shot if you so desire. Larry, you're 100% right about it being rushed and all the effects not known, I respect anyone's decision not to get it based on that. Ive never gotten a flu shot but I probably should, maybe I'll start this coming season I don't know. I'm just glad that this seems to be one of the few internet forums that I frequent where our differences in opinion on other matters is outweighed by the commonality that we share. Anywho,back to bikes 😀.Other than a beautiful day to commute on my motorcycle, state farm says my insurance on my AT went down to 241 for the year.
That full coverage I assume? Mines like $89 for both, just liability. Granted the DR is the most expensive bike I own and it's 22 years old lol. I had the day half off so bicycle ride early on, then a bit of work, then took the SECA for the picture challenge. Dodged the rain for the most part, roads were half wet. Got my sena in the mail before I left so had ear plugs and the Boss piping through to compliment the oh so sweet purr of that little 400😁. Longest ride on that bike in a while and it reminded me why I don't need a larger displacement bike for the kind of riding I do. Still on the fence about selling it. Tags are expired but insurance is current 🤔. The DR is staying indefinitely.