Over the weekend, I did some work on my motorcycle.
She is in good shape, though the chain and sprockets were obviously old and worn.
Originally, I had thought that I needed to pay someone else to do the task. After a short discussion with my father, I decided to let him help me with the task.
Though my motorcycle is much older than the one in this video, the steps involved in the task were much the same.
At the end of the day, I was able to mount the new sprockets, put the rear tire back in place, install the new chain, re-attach the suspension and rear brakes, and align the rear wheel.
All told, the day went well.
With one small exception: after I pulled the battery out of storage, it couldn't generate enough current to start the engine.
Either I need a new battery, or I need a better trickle-charging system for use during the winter months.
Possibly, I need both.
Once I figure that out, I think I'll be able to ride. (Unless I can convince someone to help me push-start the machine...)