|You could have been mine…|
I never really told the story of my almost buying a Bonneville, did I? Back in February, I took a test ride on the Triumph Bonneville and was instantly enamoured with the idea of owning one. Triumph’s TriStar financing would have been necessary to make it happen. The sales guy drew up a quote for me and I went home to mull it all over.
|Something worth waiting for?|
Emotionally, I hate this plan. Me want new thing now. Me want buy new growly thing go BAHROOM! This is what I was trying to get at in my post about the Great Harley-Honda Dilemma. I think a lot of people read that I was pissing on a particular brand of motorcycle. No, the rules of this blog are that I will do my best not to piss on anybody’s choice of machine (unless it’s a Boss Hoss, in which case, you are everything that is wrong), and, in fact, there are many Hondas that I like. The dilemma is one of trying to come to terms with those conflicting emotions of wanting and not needing.
And as it happens, that company is giving me some good reasons to wait. I’ll explain what they are in my next post…