I feel like a kid waiting for Christmas

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by tinman, Aug 15, 2008.

  1. tinman

    tinman New Member

    I have everything odered and payed for and there is now nothing to do but wait in antisipation. It has been a month and my PAV3 trike will soon be on its way here. My engine kit is also on its way from staton. I can't help but walk to the front window and peek out hoping in some way it helps to make them come faster. I think about it all day with that childlike giggle in my head thinking about how much fun this will be.

    I'ts hard to believe anyone could be more excited for it to come then me but my wife assures me she wants it here more then me. I guess shes tired of hearing about it lol. For some reason I think when it comes it will just give me more to talk about. well thank goodness and TOM for this forum so I can express myself here and give my wife a break. WEEEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeee I want my bike.

  2. autobo7

    autobo7 Member

    lol yeah no kidding! I have been waiting on little parts forever! and now that I have my bike moving again I just have more projects to talk about! If i wasn't on this forum my girl friend might shoot me!(not that she doesn't already want to)
  3. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    Hey tinman - isn't it a TRIP - how excited we get over anything that has an engine, knobs, lights ect !! I was in the same condition while waiting for mine to come in - it showed up one day early - I was almost paralyzed - until I got to the garage and installed - Station Subaru friction in about an hour. This little MB has been a bigger thing to me - than when I bought Harley big bikes years back - why - I am not sure ? And then when it comes to the ride - for me - there is just something SO DARN SPECIAL about having that small piston push me around at a pretty fair speed - for a bicycle anyway - and enjoying the outdoors -- bottom line - I think that once your kit get's in - YOU ARE GOING TO HAVE MUCH FUN !!! Happy Riding from - Mountainman
  4. s_beaudry

    s_beaudry Member

    Sounds like someone is not going to bed the first night the bike arrives....
  5. Mountainman

    Mountainman Active Member

    tinman - that's probably correct - might want to be sure - to have some kind of lights up and running on your bike - I did ride a little in the dark during those first few days - but - I live on a dirt road in the country - just trying to get you ready there... Mountainman