Hello all, For those of you that haven't been to the South Eastern regionals section, I recently (about a month ago) wrecked my motorcycle by going into a curve too hot, then the front brake failing. The great people at ADV helped me rebuild the bike, and off I went back home. But for some reason, I just can't bring myself to lean the bike over anymore. I mean, I can, but not as much as I used to strive for...as much as I used to push myself for. Sometimes I get a bit of lean in a tight curve, but then I go back to that curve and just can't regain the confidence. So, I'm about to purchase a 1985 Honda Elite 150 to have something to ride while I work on my CX500 (my CB in my sig is currently unrideable) and I'm wondering...will riding this scooter help me regain my confidence? Or will a whole different kind of ride just throw me off even more? Has anyone hopped on a scooter to help regain confidence? Is the Honda Elite 150 even that good to build confidence on? I'm sure that I'll be afraid to scratch the floorboards in curves or get it caught, or something. I've never even seen one in person before, though, so I don't know what to think. What do you guys think? Is it plausible, or should I just suck it up on the scooter, and when I fix my bike try and get my confidence back on it? I'm probably gonna stick to the scoot for a while, but I'm just wondering what the great minds at ADV think.