Amazing, almost 60.
Rush had to quit touring because the effort required to be the real Peart on drums was crippling, by the end of the tour he was a physical mess. I am not a big Rush fan but have seen them several times, the first was before their first record. I have been lucky enough to see most of the great drummers going back to the early '70's and 2 really stand out. Keith Moon's complexity combined with the ability to produce more sound than the space shuttle, he could move stadiums and Neil Peart's limbs move at the speed of light and never stop.
I picked up a used KLR650 to add to my fleet and replace my old 93 DR650. I got a really good deal from the original owner up in San Francisco. I purchased this for a couple of reasons... First... Me and my son want to do some adventure riding. He's going to pick up a KLR himself and sort it...
just a quick hello my name is Steve and im a bikeaholic.
been messing around with bikes for years but im NOT a mechanic, more of a muchanic, meaning that i muck about till something works.
Look forward to joining in