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Put approximately 6,000 miles on it this season (if we're lucky we can get close to 6 months of riding) with a total of 16,090 miles over two seasons.

Added the following items since buying the bike new in March of 2021

Seven Speed handlebar risers

Memphis Shades Big Shot windshield with no tool Trigger-Lock quick removable mounting system

12v Marinco Marine weatherproof locking power socket wired always hot on a fused circuit direct from battery. Powers my Garmin Montana 700i inReach GPS...also can plug in 12v compressor if needed and plug in a battery maintainer in the off season

Puig larger rubber cushioned foot-pegs

Honda accessory rear fender rack

Cyclops Adventure driving lights

symmetrical Viking Hard Bags with Honda quick detach mounting brackets and SW-Motech locking devices

made two different styled exhaust slip ons

Bluetooth OBD2 diagnostic scanner with live data display to cell phone

Oxford Hotgrips EVO Touring (temperature controlled)

on the trailer ready to head to someplace warmer...馃槈

Tire Wheel Fuel tank Vehicle Automotive fuel system


Speedometer Odometer Gauge Vehicle Measuring instrument
 

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I keep meaning to post a list of the stuff I've done to get a touring bike, but never seem to get around to it. A big reason I bought mine was to make it into a touring bike. It takes some mods, but it can be a bike for multiple day tours, riding twisty roads, or just getting groceries.
 

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How about a pair of low slung pressurized fuel tanks that feed the top tank, extend the range to about 450 miles, and a refrigerated top box to keep yer :devilish: "lunch " cold! That's a tourer!
 
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