Bikes are nowhere near as bad as cars with respect to complexity and problems, but
they're headed toward the sort of complexity which will require connecting to a computer
to have any hope of determining the source of some problems. It is difficult to imagine
how anyone could find such a machine preferable to a machine which could be diagnosed
and repaired with common tools.
I have four bikes, all from the 1970s.
They are simple and repairable...by ME!
And no one can call a 74 BMW or a 76 Goldwing unreliable.
Both are known to run over a quarter million miles with no difficulty.
My BMW already has 172,000 extremely reliable miles on it!
I too will stick with the oldies, thanks.
George, high in the hills of Jersey!
77 Honda CT-90
76 Honda GL-1000