Its been quite some time since i have posted here. I had health issues which the doctors told me could see me buying the smallest plot of dirt I would ever own, but it seems after all these months I now have a future. Which is good because I have lots more miles to clock up on the RumbleBee. I know I should care about the cost of fuel and MPG but I am just happy to be on the road and the cost dont count any more.
I used to ride a Harley Fatboy but the radiation they pumped into my head last year destroyed my sense of balance and has left me weak as a kitten. The answer was easy, my wife bought me a Harley TriGlide as a get well present. I call it my mobility scooter and we have just come back from a 2000KLM ride around the South Island of our beautifull country. i have to say that after seeing all that alpine scenery I now understand why so many Americans come here on holiday and why many decide to stay.
Tui! I was wondering when we'd see you around here again. Glad you're doing better! My dad just recently had a major health scare too, but he's still here thank God. As for the Triglide, sure beats the hell out of a Rascal!
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Welcome back and glad you are doing well. I too ride a Harley Davidson Fatboy. I had shoulder surgery back last September and I am still doing physical therapy. I did get out and ride a couple of days ago after waiting 7 months. I wasn't suppose to ride till I get cleared. Well I could wait no longer. I too am a Cancer survivor 13 years now. When I no longer feel confident in my riding, I plane to get a Harley Trike. Have fun with your Rumble Bee, life is to short, so have fun.