When I worked for Muskingum U, I rode about once a week to work in the fall, summer and spring - 83 miles one way. I had the luxury of having a large locker, multiple changes of clothes, and a shower available; so I usually rode in with regular MC gear and brought nothing with me. I had some nice curvy routes in and home, but since I worked midnights, I was a deer dodging mother fucker. The thing I found about longer distance commuting is that it is - frankly - a pain in the ass. You have to plan for different weather potential - an hour from home can see torrential rain at work with sunshine at the house, and an 8 or 10 hour work day can see a lot of temperature and weather changes. You have to leave earlier and you invariably will get home later. You have to factor in more frequent gas stops (more time) - especially with the pitifully short range of the S10! You won't be taking calls on the bike, or grabbing a fast snack, or enjoying coffee while riding in to work. As you know, storage space is at a premium and lugging extra clothes, or work stuff with you, can be awkward. Having said that, it can be a lot of fun to commute on the bike, but I can't imagine it would be a lot of fun if you did it every day. Sometimes at the end of your day you just want to sink into your car seat and veg out for the drive home. I suppose if I was wanting to commute, I'd get a good waterproof duffel type bag, and stow my work attire and shoes, and 2 pair of socks and underwear, in it; then just wear normal MC gear in and change in the bathroom. Alternatively, and probably more common, would be a top box which would be waterproof, secure, and easy to store your helmet and other gear in after you had arrived at work.