For the younger won't use the ('M") word to get into motorbikes. Yesterday 2 mid 20's fellows showed up at the house. They arrived with a nice open trailer being pulled by a newer Toyota Crewcab PU. One of them has a Ducati 996. They came to purchase my wife's 1982 Suz GS-650 bobjob. They both are working for a Honda car dealer as line techs. This pays for being able to play with motorbikes at night in their nice backyard shop. The GS is going to become a mono shock café racer. Currently the have done several Honda Shadow ridgids and bobjobs. The live very close to the Orlando Ace, and hang there regular. I went there in Dec. last for a vintage reunion and was surprised by the amount of under 30's that showed up. They promised to send up pixs of the GS work progress. They left all amped up after checking out my 64 BSA Hornet and my 03 Bonny cafe'r. I asked about the current new bike line up and they did like some but were not about the $$ prefer to mess with older stuff. So there is hope for younger gear heads getting involved in 2 wheels.