Yup, everybody knows everybody, and no one ever locks their doors... and they never take their keys out of the ignition. It's like I'm living in Mayberry! (not necessarily a bad thing)Its indeed a beautiful place to be. Its also a small world, everybody knows everybody I suppose.
Thanks, YammyV!! Yes, it's kinda surprising that even on her first motorcycle ever, she is adapting so well... and learning so quickly... and although a V-Star 650 Custom is certainly not a huge bike, it indeed must have felt that way to a very petite (only 5'-0", 110 lbs) 52 year-old female, who can barely reach the ground, even on a low-slung cruiser! I am very proud of my wife, and am thrilled that we are able to share our love of motorcycles and riding; until recently I never in a million years would have ever believed that she would show any interest in riding! And what great fun it now is to ride together! Our only regret is that it took us 31 years of marriage to experience this kind of fun. Sure we're in our 50's, but we know of so many people much older than us who still get so much enjoyment from their bikes; we should have a lot of good years left in us!Great pics of your wife and grandson! She seems to feel very comfortable on that ride......seeing another female joining the MC sport is awesome. Her ride is beautiful, too.
Ride safe and enjoy, YammyV
Yeah my mom took all those from the back seat of my step dad's bike. Yours are nice too. I don't even try to take pics myself while riding.Don't have pics of all the nice twisties, cuz well, I needed two hands for those! But like seeing the curves in your photos @tpeach66. Thanks for sharing.
Link to my album of my east coast west coast trip...Star Motorcycle Forums: Star Raider, V-Max, V-Star, Road-Star Forum - YamaMassGirl's Album: East Coast West Coast and Back