Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Springfield, OH
I think it'll wear off slightly after a while. It took a few months for me to finally get over the fact that I had a bike, and could go out and feel that freedom whenever I wanted to.
It tends to happen every time you get a new bike as well. I'm still drooling over the Duc, and I can only imagine my giddyness when I can afford a 1098.
I have found that I'm spending an awful lot of time cleaning the bikes now that I've got stands. My wheels are cleaner than they've ever been, and the chain's in better shape than when I put it on. I had my shifter off the other day, and had to fight the urge to change to a racing shift pattern. The last thing I need to do is blow up the motor cause I downshifted at redline.
"The only difference between death and taxes is that death doesn't get worse every time Congress meets."