I've been hesitant to make any decisions about selling my bike (I mean, after all, it has a name - it worked it's little way into my heart pretty quickly). I keep thinking about what if there is an off chance that I get an invite to go with some people, at least I'll have it. And then I realize that between now and that off chance that may or may never exist, I'll still need to maintain the bike. And I know that will not happen. So, Kit Katt will be going to a new home sometime soon I hope; and I may take that and invest in a different street bike - we'll see (and that's a whole different story, maybe for a whole new blog lol).
I think I will keep the gear though. If anything, at least if there is an off chance that I'm invited to go ride because someone has an extra bike, or I can borrow one...at least I'll have my own gear. (Plus I love that Troy Lee helmet!)
Thanks for sharing my (albeit brief) journey into dirt biking. At least I can say it didn't kill me, and in some ways it did indeed make me stronger by getting me off my ass and into a gym (which I'm proud to say I've been going to 4-5x/week since mid December). And who knows, I might find myself in a position again to resurrect this blog - I certainly won't rule it out.
Stay Dirty My Friends (for my dirt biking friends)
Keep the Rubber Side Down (for my street and track riding friends)
Ciao! (for everyone else)