Ronnie, I think the bike should go into a museum somewhere (Maggie Valley?), or maybe Mother Honda would like to tear it down for analysis. A legendary achievement I believe that will never be equaled. That said, it would be very interesting to know actual trade terms.I wonder what the dealership gave him $$ for his trade in value??? on his just "broken inn" old bike..
This screen capture was taken from an interview with Phil after having clocked 681,000 of the black + red 2015 Goldwing.Amazing! That’s over 1,234,000km. My bike is at 140,000km. Pretty sure I won’t catch up .
I saw a list of his major maintenance/repairs on his old GL when he traded in for this one; it would be interesting to see the same this time.
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What?? Only half a million miles and it already needed a new alternator and seat!! Man, what a piece of junk!! 😜 (kidding!!)This screen capture was taken from an interview with Phil after having clocked 681,000 of the black + red 2015 Goldwing
You know what they say, "a thousand mile journey begins with a single step..." I am content to just enjoy the ride.I put 6500 miles on my new bike this past year. Which means it will take me 118 years to catch Phil. Which also means I will be 187 years old. I’m thinking this may be doable? If I don’t make it at least it will be fun trying.
Where do you live? Sound like you can ride it during our winter months? My poor bike (trike) is up on jacks covered over in my garage, till April 1st............ I live in Springfield, Massachusetts (Too much snow ~n~ salt on our roads now to ride...my 2010 has 156,000.0, I bought new in may of 2011
WOW! I take my hat off to you, and bow too you (I was think'n you lived where it was warm) "open mouth insert foot"Flint, Michigan