My dream bike isn't doing me any good sitting there looking awesome. It's time for it to get sold and me to get realistic about the fact that I won't likely be able to ride safely. I had a M109R which I bought in 2006, loved, modified, then sold and kicked myself. After radiation therapy to the ear (upper jaw really) and a couple bikeless years, I found what I think was close to the perfect bike for me. Turns out that my balance is off slightly and even though I can't feel it, my brain has to make constant calculations while riding. It's nearly imperceptible, except for brief moments. Whatever the reason, I will not be riding or waiting more years with hopes of riding any longer. I've put only about 400 miles on this bike in the 3 years or so I've owned it. Tons of modifications, with all the stock items, and lots of extras. If I had the time, I'd put the bike back to stock and sell off the parts. Not the case. Someone should be able to get a great deal on a sweet bike, and pick/choose what mods they like or want to sell. If planning on having bike shipped, please consider that there is also 3 huge bins and a stack of wheels and tires. I had the bike and the extras which came with it at that time shipped from Palm Springs CA. to Danville CA. for $296 at the end of 2014 but there is one more bin of extras now. Thank you for looking at the ad. Feel free to call 925-895-6745 or email [email protected] , but of course I'll be checking back here often.
Regarding trade- the only thing which I would trade for is a fairly recent model full size truck (already in CA), or already completed (non-project) classic car or truck. Cash preferred.
Raked front end
21 inch custom front wheel w/Metzler in great condition
18 inch custom rear wheel w/280 Metzler in great condition
These pictures show in the edit, but don't when posted. Full pictures are in below posts. Sorry for not getting the pictures right.
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I removed the lowering bones, but they're included. Pictures show it as is, but obviously can be lowered easily. The front forks have Race Tech springs installed which drastically improves handling and feel with the raked front end. Stock forks were way too soft with rake. This caused the nut which secures headlight to hit stock front fender when suspension was over compressed during shipment. The front fender has a small hole on top (in pictures of course). I didn't fix as I'd planned on changing to the custom steel front fender. That is the only damage to bike as a whole. There are more extras than listed here, but this is the lions share of them for sure. I listed prices for a few things, but you all know what's what.
Stock wheels and tires with little use
260 Metz in great shape- fits stock wheel
Direct Line Parts
Stainless brake lines
Crome brake reservoir cover
Chrome handlebar cap
Handle bar risers KEW-KD206
Suspension lowering LAC-13040213
Tachometer relocation RIV-SM9018
Chrome Derby Cover (M109R logo)
Scorpion tips exhaust
Turn signals front M109 C.A. Front
Triple Tree Chrome $899 original cost
Fork tubes, upper and lower $639 original cost
Custom front fender-not painted or installed. Steel. Pretty sweet. original cost $230
Front brake caliper chrome $260 original cost
front brake disk $180 original cost
master cylinder chrome
rear brake disk
Rear wheel $2800 original cost
21in front wheel $1800 original cost
7 in headlight- I really like it, but forum didn't seem to. Stock headlight assembly is included for easy change back if preferred.
Sport windshield- N28201/N2820
Turn signals rear M109R-001CR
Turn signal stabilizer