Notice how the right arm stays erect after getting off the bike.
Things tighten up and I have trouble relaxing it. The arm and leg requires much focus and effort to work right ... then it is hard to relax once engaged.
Hey Donnie, you were a great inspiration to one of my customers who had some kind of operation induced stroke. He was very depressed and was about to give up playing his saxophone in a band that he is part of. I told him your story about now being able to open your fingers again after almost two years. It gave him new hope and patience for a longer timeline of recovery. I know you're still have a ways to go, but you are progressing in amazing fashion to those of us that don't get to see you each day. Great to see you get on the bike even if it is just pretend riding. In my prayers Bro!
True ... I won't.
I'm happy for Jerry Lee Lewis .... everybody's stroke is way different. I have to fight my own battle. Thank you for sharing that.
Strokes aren't a side by side comparison. Nevertheless .. I am very happy for him!
Unfortunately, this thread continues and I try to look forward ... but looks like it is going to take another year for me to even try to ride a motorcycle.
I have made a lot of progress but sometimes it seems like it is so little. To ride again STILL seems unrealistic but I will keep trying regardless.
I will ride again!
Thank you for thinking about me .. what else to do but push on!
I have used another brand of heated jacket for the past couple of years... BUT just yesterday I ordered a Gerbing heated jacket along with the thermostat and battery hook up kit....
Does anybody know if my new Gerbing (battery) hook up, will fit my existing hook up power cord, so I don't...
It has been suggested here--and I have used the technique--that after an oil change or after a bike sits for an extended period, you should twist the throttle to full open, press start, and let it crank over for about 5 seconds. For those who don't know, the Wing won't actually start like this...
OK, I think I have read all that I'm going to find about this bike. Considered the 18s, 19s or just sticking with the Harley.
Tired of the cheap H-D non-sense, lies, fragile aspects, old technology and just plain old under powered bikes, so that choice is out.
As far as the model years of the...
I'm not sure why this winter feels so long, especially since I was able to get out riding three different days in December. Maybe because those rides were over two months ago I am feeling like motorcycling is just something from my past. But yesterday it was in the mid 40's, and today its...
Well, I had on order a new bagger Wing black metallic 2020 manual but the dealer tells me they are shipping him a DCT version first.
He said I'm able to take this DCT out and ride it and I may decide I like it better.
What I'm thinking is I'll just go with the DCT.
One other dealer in the...