Thanks for all of the replies. Fact is, she doesn't really mind me going solo on a day ride or even taking a multi-day trip with friends. My main concern is after I retire and get the itch to travel more on the Wing. In the meantime, I will suggest taking the bike on shorter trips that she wants to take with me without insisting on it. Still have time, I think, for her to warm up to the bike more.
One of her issues is not feeling comfortable on two wheels. She claims she would be more comfortable on a trike, but I'm not ready to go there yet. Another issue she has is wearing proper riding gear. She outright refuses to wear any full face or modular helmet. I can barely get her to wear a 3/4 helmet. We also have Sena B/T on all helmets, which helps. I bought her a nice jacket and she has worn it once, with jeans and sandals. When she does ride with me, most of the time she wants to wear shorts and a sleeveless or short sleeve shirt. These facts alone make me worry when she does go. We all know that it's not a question of "if" but "when" you go down.
I guess I'll just take it one day at a time and see if she comes around. Eventually, I will probably end up on a trike or in a Corvette, but only when I am unable to handle the Goldwing. Until then, at least the miles on the Wing will add up slowly. It's a 2014 and only has 9K on it, mostly because I choose to go most places with her. I don't see that changing. Thanks again.
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