2012 Honda NC700x, Great Condition

about 1 year ago
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The time has come to let my trusty commuter and 2x Saddlesore 1000 companion go.
It is a 2012 Honda NC700x with 40700 miles (will rise a little as I ride it) I have picked up another bike to continue my commuting / saddlesore days so this goes on the block.
It gets between 55mpg and 65mpg depending how you ride it.
I am looking for $3500, 2% to BARF.
I have a clean title in hand.
I need cash in my hand before you ride it.
Bike is located in Sonoma County.
Now, a bunch of info you want, and some you don't.
I purchased this motorcycle new in 2013, from Northbay Motorsports in Santa Rosa.
I paid for the extended 5 year warranty, though never had a single problem with it so that was a waste (haha!).
I rode this bike exclusively commuting, 110 miles each day, and did two Saddlesore 1000's on it.
It has never been down, not even "knocked over at slow speed in the driveway", has had one owner and was all freeway miles.
I did all my own maintenance and kept a log of everything done. It was essentially a bunch of tires, a few chains, and oil changes and valve adjustments. As you'd expect from a Honda.
Below is a list of the modifications and aftermarket accessories.
EngineYoshimura R-77 Slip-On Exhaust, Quiet ($560)
Healtech SpeedoHealer ($139)
Properly Maintained, including regular valve adjustments when needed.
ComfortCustom Valved and Sprung Rear Shock (Aprilia Tuono shock built by Barry at KFG Racing) ($300)
Ohlins Shock Spring ($100)
RaceTech Gold Valve Emulators ($189)
RaceTech Fork Springs ($129)
Honda Tall Windscreen ($89)
Honda Windscreen Mount ($59)
Honda Heated Grips ($229)
Honda Accessory Power Socket ($79) (Cigarette Style)
Softer Padding added to seat and professionally upholstered. ($50)
Acerbis Street Handguards (wind protection, not crash)
AccessoriesHonda OEM 45L Top Box ($299)
Honda OEM 29L Panniers ($599)
Honda OEM Mounting Brackets for above ($325)
Honda OEM Side Panel Kit for Panniers ($89)
Nose-mounted auto-looping DashCam
ExtrasHonda OEM Service manual with log of all work done
Stock Shock
Stock Small Windscreen
TWO New Metzeler Rear Tires
This motorcycle has a 10,000 mile oil change interval, and screw-type valves so it is extremely easy to maintain.
Below is the last service I completed on the motorcycle, the rest are listed in the book.
Recent Service complete at 33,000 milesOil + Filter Change
Valve Adjustment
DID ERV3 Chain with OEM Sprockets.
39T OEM Sprocket in rear
OEM Front Brake Pads
Brake Fluid Flush
New Rear Tire at 48,000 miles.
The motorcycle is in great condition and only has the normal usage marks you'd expect on a bike that has been commuted on, year round.
I mean a boot mark here or there, or rock chip, some dirt in deep places, etc.
It has absolutely, without question, never been down and never been in for a repair of any kind or even needed a major repair.
Please don't hesitate to post up with questions, or send me a PM.