Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Westchester, NY, USA
Re: Best way to deal with an out of state buyer?
That was the problem, the more I thought about it the more I thought it might be a mistake.
I also started thinking that in a year or so when I give in and go to buy another bike, my air / oil cooled RT won't be made anymore.
I've got 5000 miles until the next major service and I just put new Michelins on at the 6K service, The bike is mechanically and physically perfect. I kind of figure what the heck why not just keep it, and that's what I'm going to do.
The buyer was disappointed as he knew he was getting a good one, but he was good about it. I wished him luck in his search.
I may not be as into riding as I once was, but I do still like to ride on those perfect days. And you never know, the day might come when I want to go touring again too, which is what this bike was really made for.
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