As indicated it's a one owner bike. Meticulously maintained. I don't think there's a scratch on it. Options Galore. So let's go through it.
First, it has XM radio. I do not have the subscription updated so if you want it you'll have to set it up. But the regular radio works great and reception is wonderful. And the speakers are loud enough to hear even with a helmet on although of course you can use earphones if you have a wired helmet. There's a plug in for that.
It has heated seats and grips for cold weather riding. A really nice touch on those colder mornings believe me. And if you don't appreciate it, your lucky passenger certainly will. And it also has fabulous backrests for both rider and passenger as well as special floorboards for both and highway pegs (nice ones) for the rider as well. And let's not forget the drink holder for the passenger. A happy passenger makes for a happy rider if you catch my drift.
And it even has NAVIGATION for when you go to those places that you're not familiar with. A very nice amenity indeed.
Check out the awesome "Blackout" effects that were professionally put on the bike as well as some tasteful graphics that really make the bike stand out.
Tires are new as well. Like I said...this bike WAS MAINTAINED.
She has a nice bra as well. After all, you don't want YOUR GIRL going out in public without a bra do you? Well, if you do you can always take it off as your leisure.
She has special grips for comfort and looks. And I'll even throw in 2 color matching helmets (one wired for radio, intercom, etc) to sweeten the deal.
Oh, and did I mention that she has extremely low miles for the year and for a large touring bike? Only 19867 at the time of this posting. There will be more as I'm still riding but not that many more.
She is truly a Fabulous Ride in every respect. No disappointments with this fully loaded Goldwing.
With these pictures below you can clearly see the fancy optional Heel/Toe Shifter that's on the bike as well as the nice floorboards and highway pegs. Also note the yellow detailing on the engine itself..on the valve cover. It's a beautiful touch and really highlights the engine of the bike.
I have had the privilege of owning several Honda Goldwings..Both of the 1500 size and the 1800 version. I love them both although they are distinctly different. Do you have an interesting Honda Goldwing story to tell us on this forum? Funny...technical...Love...Hate...You're the boss here. Enjoy and participate.
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