All men are created equal but the best can still ride motorcycles in their sixties shirt, unisex tee, hoodie
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Introduce to you All men are created equal but the best can still ride motorcycles in their sixties shirt. Since retiring, my daily routine is to explore independent coffee shops within a 90 minute radius of home. There I’ll enjoy the brew and perhaps have a pastry or lunch. I meet interesting people and engage in conversation, or I’ll do some writing in my blog or journal. Two years ago, I began sharing this routine in a “Coffee Tour du Jour” post on Facebook. These generated even more interest when I started motorcycling in June, as the bike and the ride became part of the story.
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This a sad day. This was my last two-wheel post for 2018. Today’s Sub-Zero Chill Factor is beginning to test my resolve. So I only rode twelve miles to Groton for coffee today. It was so cold the bike had difficulty starting when I left the shop. In less than six months I rode this old bike more than the four previous owners did in fifteen years. 7,400 miles covers a LOT of coffee shops. I only wish I discovered bikes before I was in my late sixties. It is so exciting and liberating. Do you love All men are created equal but the best can still ride motorcycles in their sixties shirt?
I feel so much like you it’s actually crazy. I just started at 36, am 38 now. My uncle used to say that riding a motorcycle felt more free than even the most delicate Roadster. And he’s so right. Just from commuting 42 miles each way per day I fell in love with being on two wheels. Keep it up man. I’m in coastal California so I’ll ride in any weather. I mean, what we locals call weather. The right gear will take you a long way. I mean a mighty long way. And you can slightly detune the bike to start easier when it’s cold and still go 40 miles on it without a problem. I’ve never ridden on snow but I have ridden on icy xor rainy streets, using the same caution as a car.