Sold my two CT110s this year, I couldn't ride them because of a bad back that is slow to heal. This '68 CT90 I'm keeping. Even though the frame is the same as the 110s the riding position is different enough (more like a bicycle) that I can ride it withoug excessive pain, easier to stand on the pegs and there is more of a body forward lean so bumps don't jar my spine as much. Had a seized piston when I bought it 4 years ago but otherwise in what I think is excellent shape for a 50 year old bike. Runs strong after replacing the piston and some carb work. I might try riding some of the WABDR with it or a little of the northern portion of the bicycle Great Continental Divide route. Will see.