I started my motorcycle riding at a later age than most. At 60, in fact, as a part of my pre-retirement planning process. I'm now 72 (and have accumulated some 117,000+ miles) and this shutdown time has given me time for pause regarding the longer rides I didn't take. This comes as a reminder amidst all the rallies which have been cancelled this year. Past opportunities where I simply chose not to go or believed work and other events were too important are now "passed, gone, missed and/or perhaps never to appear again".
So, my fellow riders, when the rallies roll around again let's sign up and ride. Make those opportunities to go places mean something as we experience new roads, new places, and meet new people and make friends.
In the meantime plan a few longer trips of your own. Invite a friend or two. Or, strike out on your own. I can only speak for myself as I have traveled a lot in my lifetime, but nothing compares to the adventure and learning which can come from riding on two wheels. I started somewhat late in life. No overwhelming regrets, really. But i do realize time is not on my side and there are roads to travel and places to see.
Enjoy the moments....