i know a lot of people that get bikes expecially R1s get scared after they buy it and stop riding. some think they will get laid more if they drive to bar in one and get pissed off when they still suck, some just have one as a second vehicle. the ones with high miles are the ones that people bought intending to ride, and love to ride. so they have no reason to sell it.vtlion said:don't get me wrong, I'm not suggesting that the R6 belongs in the garage... I fully intent to ride mine like a bad-monkey until it drops :twisted:
I was just pointing out that every bike I hear about or see advertised always seems to have fewer than 20k on the clock... even the bikes that are decades old... I'm not by any means suggesting that that's all a bike can do. One fella I know got 70,000 miles out of a Suzuki GS500, then he wrecked it, savlaged it, and is STILL riding it... so there are bikes out there that will last that long, but my perception is that there aren't that many bikes that make it that far.
Same here, took a quick ride tonight and chilled for a few at starbucks.loki1313 said:ahhhhhhh i just got done feeding the need today and dam does it feel oh so good. YEA!