I bet when you read the title you were expecting to read about bags, cargo nets, tie-down, and riding your motorcycle home with awkward weight distribution. You’ll get none of that here. Sure. you can do a full week’s groceries on a motorcycle, and I did that for years! This week I got lazy, or maybe just smart. You be the judge.
I wrote a little about my hunt for a house fit for motorcycling in Toronto. Buy the ticket, take the ride. Hunter S. Thompson wrote that in “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” and it’s good mantra to follow if you want the kind of life other people will envy. When I was 23 years old I got kicked out of my apartment and bought a condo. Buy the ticket, take the ride. It was next to a grocery store and I no longer had to load groceries up on my bike and hope for the best.
Buy the ticket, take the ride. The condo wasn’t enough. I took the plunge. I sold my condo, found a house fit for motorcycling in Toronto, and I bought it. The house is a fifteen minute walk from any grocery store though. It was time for my old dilemma: How do I get the groceries home?
I had 5 options – Read on to see what your options are.