Riding the Storage Performance Curve
Last weekend I enjoyed what surely has to be the final ride of the season. The weather was a balmy 65 degrees, and in the past 25 years of being an avid motorcyclist, I cannot remember getting out so late in the year. My buddy and I had a blast carving up the empty roads of western Massachusetts and enjoying the scenery.
But once the ride was over, I quickly shifted into the year-end ritual of shoehorning multiple bikes into my garage. This annual ritual inevitably re-opens my wife’s question of justifying three bikes. Just like the question, my response is pretty much same every year – although personally I feel it, just like a fine wine, is getting better with age:
“Yes, the three are all basically modes of transportation designed to take the rider from point A to point B – but they are very different in terms of performance and other attributes. The road bike provides comfort and cruising performance for those long summer trips up north. The off-road bike has highly…
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via the fine folks at ClearSky Data.