Hello, everyone, my name here is Uncle Billy, I'm 76 years old and have been a motorcycle enthusiast since I was 15 when my folks bought me a Sears 50cc moped (made by Puch, in Austria I think), and I've never been without a bike since. My first real motorcycle was a used '65 Triumph T120 Bonneville I bought with almost all my pay when I was assigned to Keesler AFB tech school as an Air Force E-2 recruit. I rode it north to my first duty assignment which was in New York state, in early March through a snowstorm in Ohio, with a little help from a constable in some tiny town off route 75 in Tennessee who jailed me overnight as a bike bum and apologized next morning when he discovered I was in the USAF on leave. I thanked him for the warm bed, hot shower and home-cooked meals and hit the road. Years later a good friend and I got involved with speedway racing- 500cc JAP 4-stroke single running on methanol, total loss castor oil system, no brakes, sideways most of the time. He could slide the turns feet up! We also spent some time road racing a Yamaha TD2B (I think), which is where the front brake on my Yamaha came from. As of now I have 7 bikes, 3 on the street: '84 VF750F bought new, '73 Yamaha RD250 bought new and made into a cafe racer with rearsets, clipons, chambers, 4-leading-shoe front brake and such in 1975, and a 2014 Royal Enfield Continental GT- 500cc but only about 27 hp. Someone is working up a new cylinder head with better breathing to get the horsepower up to some less embarrassing numbers. I also have 5 cars, one of which is just a normal car, but that's not on point here. I'm happy to be among Interceptor folks!