This bike is set up to be a very comfortable and powerful touring bike for one or two up touring. Unfortunately, my knees can't handle the long trips, in spite of the awesome ergonomic upgrades I paid for. San Antonio, TX area. 6840 miles $12,500 sale price The 2014 model comes newly equipped with Brembo Monobloc high-performance calipers and an Antilock Brake System. These features are sure to appeal to lone riders cruising the highway as well as touring couples. Additionally this bike comes with full Givi touring luggage Top case Givi V56NN Maxia 4 (just released this last August) $316 Side Cases Givi V35 $521 3 lock and key set (one key opens all cases) $50 SW-MOTECH Alu-rack Toprack $214 SW-MOTECH Quick-Lock EVO Profile Side Case Racks $270 SW-MOTECH Quick-Lock Anti-Theft Fasteners $45 PMR Components mirror extenders $40 Left and Right GSXR 600 mirrors $40 LSL/ABM Handlebar/triple tree replacement - moves handlebars up and back for much more comfortable touring ride - several times the rearset and elevation than Helibars! Also replaces clutch lever to ABS unit with braided stainless steel brake lines - $529 Black superbike handlebar $30 Pazzo Racing levers $248.99 Throttlemeister black and silver milled finish $150 Pro-oiler (never have to stop and oil your chain!) $226 Screaming-Banshee air horn - $165 Brand new Michelin Pilot Road 4 (front and back) put on January of this year - $350 Speedo-healer $109 Motorcycle had fairing damage by movers - all repairs done by Kent Powersports to return bike to As-New condition. Has a couple of small chips from tiny rocks kicked up by cars, but you have to look hard for them. Buell pegs - lowered the pegs approximately 1" for more comfortable seating position. Have original pegs $96 MRA Vario touring screen $178 Genuine Suzuki Hayabusa cycle cover $121 Motolight Ultrabright LED $643 T-Rex Racing No-Cut Frame Sliders $135 Bursig Center Lift Stand $633 Dark Smoke Zero Gravity SR Series Windscreen $80 That's $5331 in top of the line accessories. No cheap bits added to this machine! Engine never messed with, kept stock exhaust as I didn't want extra noise on long trips. Made one multi day trip and it was fantastically comfortable (used an airhawk seat which I gave my uncle so it is not for sale). Occasional short rides of a few hours and a couple of day rides is all this bike has had on it. Many Hayabusas on the .oRg have over 100k miles on them, so this is a bike that if you are built for it will go a long, long time. Sadly, my knee is no longer able to take being bent for long periods, no matter the car or motorcycle I'm in. Selling the whole package, not going to split it up.