I have a 2005 GSX-R 600 that I don't ride much, but I really have a hard time trying to sell it. It has 5100 miles on it, that tells you how often I ride it. I wish I could ride it more, but I messed up my shoulders overseas and anything over 75 to 100 miles and I'm sore for 3 days. I'm actually sore right now and don't know what I did today to cause it. The thing is I've become so attached to the bike, and it has racked up so many memories in those few miles, that I can't bring myself to do it. I have an ad typed up in the flea market now, I just can't bring myself to hit the 'submit thread' button. Anyone else have this happen? Here's some fond memories, with the first one being the main one making me want to keep the bike: 1. It was my divorce present to me. In October, 2005, my ex wife gave me an ultimatum. Bike or Her. That day I was at the attorney getting divorce paperwork drawn up, without her knowledge. When the paperwork was finished I hauled my Aprilia to the dealer to have some work done and picked up the GSX-R, while she thought I was delivering the Aprilia to a buyer. I came home with a new bike and divorce papers, rather than money from a sold bike. She was thrilled to say the least. 2. Got my entire Army squad a day off, rather than doing a fundraiser. This was more me than the bike, but bike was involved. We had to raise $120, and we were doing a car wash. Once we hit the $120 mark we were done. My bike was the first thing that got washed, and I donated $120. Car wash over, call it a day. 3. Paid for the bike with my money I made in Iraq. Everything else I bought is long gone, this is the last thing I have to show for my time spent over there. I financed it in October, made one or two payments before deploying. Paid it off while overseas. 4. First bike that I actually cared to ride rather than shine. The odometer doesn't show it, but for a little while it was the first bike that I would ignore the weather forecast and just enjoy whatever weather came my way. Before this bike I was a typical Harley rider that would ride for 3 hours, clean for 5. I also had my Aprilia at the time, but it was the same way for me. 5. My first 'long distance' ride was on this bike. It was only about 400 miles, but to me at the time that was a lot. It really opened my eyes to going farther than just the local roads. Of course this was right before deploying, when I could actually ride the thing that long. Maybe it's time for some bar risers, put some more miles on her. I only need to go up about a foot or so to keep the shoulders happy. The pain is weird though, it takes a lot of playing around for me to find the right setup. I once had a chevy blazer I couldn't drive long, something about where the steering wheel was did to to me. I put mini apes on the Road king to get comfortable, but I can ride my ZX-14 all day.