You hang around folks who love vintage cars enough and you'll inevitably meet vintage motorcycle guy or gal. They mean well, love all things with oil pumps (and some without) but will take every opportunity to espouse the virtues of the under-appreciated vintage motorcycle world. "You can store a dozen in the space of a single Cadillac!" he or she will exclaim before shifting to extolling the virtues of the fun-per-dollar that few four-wheel contraptions can rival. Allow them to ramble. Contemplate their points. Come to your own conclusions. You now want to buy a motorcycle. I thought so. Good for you. Now what do you buy?
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Usually I love these articles and leave favorable comments. Not this time. No. No way. Nope. Noppity-nope. Uh-uh. Sorry, I just can't see any connection between the mentioned autos and bikes other than country of origin. And you could have at least posted a photo of a VINTAGE Royal Enfield rather than a 2020 model. I realize in these days of quarantine and social distancing it's difficult to come up with car stories, but this one was really reaching. Just re-run some old stories if you get stuck. 90% of us read them with our first coffee in the AM anyway so we wouldn't remember we've seen them before.