Words I agree with wholeheartedly: "The joys of British engineering are never ending, but riding any of the big British roadsters has always put a smile on my face." When I first started riding on the street I bought a Triumph Bonneville because to me that was the very essence of motorcycling. All of the pictures of my father's various Brit Bikes dictated my taste. Unfortunately I bought a '79 a bad year at the end of the run, and I spent much more time tinkering than riding. Made at least 5 street side repairs and it got to be too much. Dad sold me his old R60 BMW and I sold the Triumph. Would love to have another. OK, high jack over, keep up the good work!