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Great story! I had a 1976 Honda 400F in Royal Blue. I, too, was sad when I sold it. I am currently 65 and have rebuilt my original 1982 "Minnesota" Magna 750 I bought in 1982. I also had bought a "barn find" exact same bike 1982 and it stopped running but only has 9100 miles on it. So I decided I have to ride and invest some money to get both running again.

Your story invigorates and inspires me to ride into my 70s or however long God gives me the capability to do so.

More power to you!

These pics show both Magnas that a friend and I rode in May 2020.


John
Chico, CA
Thursday, July 2, 2020
This is a wonderful answer to my question should I stop riding my bike because of my age 66 this Nov 18. But unlike most of you here, I didn't get my bike for adventure. I wanted to learn because as young Police Ofcr I was tired of walking a foot beat in Georgetown, DC 24hrs a day I learned I could apply to Motorcycle school, I did, I got in, I passed and foot beats were mostly in my past. After 7yrs on MPDC, my then-husband and I applied to LAPD The traffic was horrific, we both decided to get bikes just for sanity My 1st bike was a Yamaha 650 great little bike but not enough power on freeways, I took 3 fwys to work and back. Anyway, with/for my divorce, I got a new "pretty" bike 85 Suzuki 1150e With retirement I had no place I had to be an began to ride less and less to where month would go by without riding I began to think it was because I was too old it was depression So thank you, Heather and others I will ride thru and out of my depression


Bunnie Jatkowski
Los Angeles, CA
Sunday, November 24, 2019
Awesome club. I love long distance riding also. Congratulations on being a road captain.

Mary
Chauvin, LA
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Thank you for sharing your story Heather!
You truly are a source of inspiration. I greatly enjoyed reading this!

Kiki
BC, Canada
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
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