My last street bike was my old 93 Honda xr600 converted to a supermotard. My previous bike was a Yamaha Vmax. The 600 was a huge step down from the Vmax power wise but far more nimble. Although riding it on the freeway in traffic I felt like I was naked. I had sold the xr a year and a half ago to pay some bills. I had visited an old high school friend who had a 1970ish 600 BMW. Other than the drum brakes, I loved the bike. After doing some research I decided I liked the BMW r1200gs adventure. I test drove a new one last spring (2007) and I liked the bike but I couldn’t justify selling my car and putting money with it to buy one. Instead I took the money I had and bought a 97 wrangler. I figured I would have the wind in my hair like with my old CJ and my family could enjoy it with me. While I loved driving the jeep over the summer it was still not a bike. I started looking at older GS’s and I just cannot justify the asinine prices that people pay for a used GS. Shortly after I looked at my last used GS in December, I found out that my fantasy of moving my family to my rural home and selling my urban home and commuting on the GS was just that. A fantasy. When the stark realization that I no longer needed a long haul bike finally hit, I being a craigslist junkie found an interesting bike. I test road it while wearing a leg brace (recuperating from knee surgery), made a low offer that was affordable to me at the time. And now I have my new street bike. I now have a 2002 MZ 660 SUPERMOTO. I don’t know much about the brand, but I figured since it has a Yamaha motor similar to the one in my raptor ATV it can’t be too bad. I will throw new tires on it and see if I can have adventures in my 2.93-mile commute to work everyday. If anyone has any relevant info about the bike and would like to share, please feel free.