He's either having a senior moment or a delayed shot at second childhood.But, hey, on a much happier note, I bought a motorcycle helmet last night when hubby bought his.
He gets his license to drive a motorcycle next week, and we're good to go.
Vroom...vroom...vroom...born to be wild...senior easy rider...that's me...hitting the open road...well, not literally I hope.
I'll have a car for transportation 24/7 for my part-time job and treasure hunting in thrift shops.
Just couldn't be happier....and thought I'd share it.
Unless he's been a motorcycle rider for many years, it's really stupid to start riding a motorcycle at advanced age.
You're just looking for trouble, combining old person's reflexes, etc. with riding motorcycles in a world where people have no respect for those on bikes.
Yes, I know it from personal experience, having been in a few altercations on my bike with soccer Mom's in minivans.
Old people should not be on motorcycles unless they started riding as young people.
When you said hubby was just getting his motorcycle license, I thought of road kill.
If I were you, I wouldn't ride on his bike until he has at least a year of experience. Putting your load on the back of the bike is a recipe for disaster.