yes, as a heavy lifting engineer i am employed on a freelance basis to survey, plan & execute large and awkward lifts from a few tonnes up to 2000 tonnes using one/two or several heavy cranes. That is a very simplistic outline of what i do.
Wishing you all the best and safe riding, Steve,
Only thing I've learned is not to lean as extremely as I'm used to and give wider births to the turns ! Also to be much more careful on dead stop of the way I move the bike cause if it starts to dip on either side it's going down and I'm not big enough to stop it !! Riding is a constant thought process and the minute you stop that process to look cool or minds in another place is when Murphy's law bites ya