At this time it's strictly Mountain and Canyon roads. Only for fun at odd times to avoid traffic. Have done track days in the past, but that gets expensive, especially if it's not close. 45 years ago a bike was my only transportation, so I have been a daily rider as well. I can still hold a pretty good handlebar....
Pretty much all the options except drag racing in Mexico. I commute with my bike, although mostly fair weather riding. There are a few routes near me I like to ride for the twisties when I want to relax on the weekend, and I'm always looking for more routes. Barber isn't far from me, so I'd like to stop down there for a track day here and there.
If it's raining, cold, or I have to carry more than what can fit in a backpack, I'll drive the S2000. If I've got one of the kids with me, I'll drive the family car yawwwnnnn. Might get some heated gear to add "cold" to my riding weather.
Used to commute with my bike from the day the ice was gone from the roads to the day ice made it dangerous. Little incident few years ago convinced me to never ride in the city again, basically fast back and mountain roads, and (not enough) trackdays only for me. Fortunately, there's some really great riding and three road courses not too far from here.
Very few twisties in South Jersey, and NONE in Southwest Florida, but if I had 'em I'd do 'em. Maybe 2 "track days" a year at NJMP with CSS. Use to commute 180 mi round trip, but that was on my Road King, and now I'm retarded.
So today I was removing the stickers on my 2014 1krr at my buddys and had a little residue left so i just grabbed a can of goof off brand adhesive remover, bad idea. It softened up the paint to the point of it falling off when I went to wipe the adhesive off. I knew better than to use a cheap...
Doing fork oil change myself this time. Did it last at dealership around 16K kms (10k miles). There is no leak or anything just want fresh fork oils as its 37K kms on the bike.
Just wondering what all I will need, things come in mind:
1) Fork seals
2) Dirt seals
3) fork oil
I've had this bike since early 07, it's an 06. Lots of bikes have come and gone but this one just sticks with me.
ETA: hmmm, guess I bought it October/November 06, according toy maintenance records. My first oil change was in November 06.
Finally found the bike I’ve been looking for for a long time. 2015 Repsol. Bike is just base model but looks like the SP. All the decals, 93 on front windscreen. Looks like only mod done is fender eliminator. Bike has less than 5,000 miles on it. Dealer asking 10,999. Its a little high...