Well, maybe it wasn't really two; that would depend on your definition of what 'one' motorcycle consists of. The short version is, a few years ago I turned 3 Honda C105 55cc trailbikes into 1 good one. I had accumulated some additional parts and decided that this point I'd satisfied all urges regarding the rebuild of small, old Honda's. I have fun riding the one I've kept and it was finally time for the other two to be part of someone else's projects.
When they came home (from Wisconsin).....
The arrival? Mike's '82 RT100 BMW left his comfortable, safe home and followed me to mine (much less comfortable but hopefully as safe).
Having never owned one of the German marques it was finally time to take the plunge. The plan was that if a BMW ever did end up in my garage, it would be an older airhead and this one definitely qualifies. 86K and the clean, slight patina that's right up my alley. Anxious but unable to make the time for a ride yesterday when I brought it home, I finally, after a very busy day, got out for a 25 mile loop late this afternoon. Purposely dressing light, I was anxious to see how wind and weather protection might feel. For 45 degrees and no sun, it was a very pleasant trip. This one is going to be anxious for a real trip next season; that I can tell.
So, the garage has one less machine than it did a few days ago, but not necessarily more space. Those little Honda's condense amazingly well.