We need an indoor arena ....,
I grew up watching indoor ice races at the hockey rink near me. Those guys are wild, that's a trip to watch. I think my favorite was Jay Springsteen in the big 600 class, with 5 bikes on the ice all crowding for what little space there was. Saw some guys get messed up as well, that's no good. Those inch-and-a-half ice studs do a number on a leg.An indoor motorcycle arena would be awesome lol. Dome off a run down city and fix er up. I would go lol
Well, I did end up riding to work on Tuesday. And it worked out quite well. Was a nice day, temps peaked around 50F or so. So I rode to work, then got a call from the dealership that my financing to buy the lease out of my Subaru was ready, so I rode 60 miles to another city to go get that done, then home again. All in all it was about a 120 mile day. I'll take it....Tomorrow morning supposed to be similar temps or maybe just a tad warmer. If the roads look dry, I'll maybe give one more go. That'll be a game-time decision.
Lots of the toy hauler RVs put a fold down door/ramp on the back. If you want 5th wheel plus toy hauling you could flatbed it and use one of those removable 5th wheel hitches, then use the same crossbars to tie the bike down that you use to pin the hitch on.I've been working on an old RV. I rode my Spirit to my Mom's to get the RV ready to move. I have to get the RV in good enough running condition before I decide what to do with it for sure. I already rebuilt the overhead portion. I am trying to decide whether to flat bed the back half of the RV or maybe add a 5th wheel capability or leave it as a full RV. I was thinking that a flat bed I could put motorcycle tie downs for some quick rides and some creature comforts on the ride.