Many of the bikes have been to the east coast and midwest. So the bikes get miles quickly but they are highway miles which translates to less wear and tear on the entire machine. Cosmetic wear and tear occurs getting on and off the bike as well as maneuvering it around, parking etc. Engine and drivetrain wear and tear occurs during starts and stops. Both of these categories are greatly reduced when the predominant miles are highway miles. Less shifting, fewer cold starts, fewer stress miles on all components.
Second - since our bikes are ridden long distances, they must be properly maintained at all times. As such, they are maintained internally and through the dealers so there is regular oversight and we benefit from trends that are known to the manufacturer. The majority of each bike's life is under warranty so any recalls are attended to as well as any problems that may crop up which very few given our brand choice.
We do not sell bikes if there is something wrong. We would get that fixed and continue renting it until it is ready to be sold. The bikes on this page are being replaced or discontinued. None have been in an accident, although, some have been involved in standstill tip-overs but the the crash bars have protected the motorcycle. Replacements are due to miles approaching or exceeding 50,000 miles. In other cases, discontinuance is because we are narrowing our focus - from 19 different models to get closer to a dozen high rental demand models.
If you are serious about purchasing one of these motorcycles, you can rent it for a day and the full cost of your rental will be applied to the purchase of the motorcycle. You would be responsible for any damage that occurs during the rental. We can also arrange for transport to most of the United States. Shipping cost plus 15% will be charged to the buyer. Typically less than $500 west of the Denver and $600 to $800 East of Denver.