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    Cleanest motorcycle on the planets for sale: 2011 Triumph Daytona

    I'm reluctantly selling my Daytona. It has just under 1600 miles. You will not find a cleaner bike anywhere, not even on a showroom floor. There is not a scratch, swirl mark, fingerprint, or even a speck of dust on this thing. It sits under a bike cover in the garage and at this point I only ride it around the block every couple weeks just to keep the battery charged and fluids circulating. It has never been ridden in the rain, and has never been parked outside. It was broken in properly and the oil was changed at 300 miles, then again at 1000 miles to be on the safe side. The bike still has it's factory unlimited mileage warranty in effect.

    I bought this bike brand new last August after I wrecked my Speed Triple but honestly I'm just too spooked to ride anymore. I have added the following:

    Arrow slip-on exhaust
    Triumph carbon fiber exhaust heat shield
    Triumph carbon fiber tank pad
    Triumph anodized spools
    Comp Werkes fender eliminator

    As cliche as it sounds, my loss is really your gain here. I financed the whole thing (yeah, dumb idea looking back now) and owe more than the bike is really worth. I am asking $9500, which is less than I owe. I think this is pretty fair, as MSRP on a new bike is $10,999. My bike is every bit as clean (seriously...this is a must-see-to-believe bike), and has a couple expensive add-ons as well. For all intents and purposes, this is a brand new bike.

    Pictures speak for themselves here.





    Call or text me at 940-368-zero eight five nine

    No tire-kickers please. I will not let you test ride the bike without cash in hand. I may let you sit on it. Maybe.



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    This space for rent.

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    I'm not sure who's bike is in those pics, but here is a real spy sphoto of Stan's bike:
    http://themxtrack.com/mud_1.jpg




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    That was before the simple green wash Gomer. That stuff's amazing, lol.



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    Location: Erie, Pennsylvania

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