I hate to post this as it might be premature, but I can’t be the only person wondering how the coronavirus might affect motorcycle traveling this spring. I bought a real nice 2011 BMW R1200RT in January to join my F850GS in the garage and I’m still hoping to do some traveling as soon decent weather hits the Northeast USA. Yesterday was my last day of work and now that I’m fully retired, I have the time as well as the bikes to travel. Right now I believe that all restaurants are closed in NH, Massachusetts and NY but I was planning on heading south to warmer climates but I’m not sure about restrictions beyond NY. Like how about hotels, motels and campgrounds? Regardless of imposed restrictions I’m 73 years old, have a compromised immune system and at a higher risk so I’m trying to be careful and minimize risks. I was hoping to ride the RT down to Texas to visit my son in April but that’s probably not going to happen. I’ve been pretty much staying in lately, avoiding people and just going for day rides but today it’s snowing here in NH. However, I also love to hike so I can still do my social distancing in the wood and mountains on the non-riding days. I guess that I’m writing this to see how other motorcyclists are dealing with riding and the “pandemic” (I hate that word, it seems extreme). Many people on here seem to be pretty clever and resourceful and I’m sure that people will find a way to safely enjoy what they love to do.