I've merely accepted this bike was a little ahead of its time and was maybe a little too different. I personally love mine.
I agree with every single word.I've merely accepted this bike was a little ahead of its time and was maybe a little too different. I personally love mine.
Then just do what my great-uncle would always do when he bought a new Buick every other year. He would take the radio antennae and bend it back and forth until it snapped off. When I asked him why, he said, "So those **** kids don't get to do it!" The next scratch would then never bother him quite so badly. True, stupid story.I am under the impression that I could have this bike a very long time if I don't screw it up. I ride so often and am in so many somewhat precarious situations, I feel it just a matter of time before I get a scratch on it and then I won't feel the same way about it. >
As a mate said to me when I was asking for advice on touch up paint:Scars tell a different story. Character comes from doing stuff that lead to the scars that are the beginning of stories...