Finally sold my old BMW and am looking at a cruiser for local riding and short trips. Have looked at all the mid sized cruisers and found one locally that seems to be good, but want to get some opinions. For what I need, high powered big cruisers are just not required. So, the bike I am looking at is a 2005 Honda 750 Aero. I know, the Aero isn't as powerful as the other mid sized cruisers, but as I am going from a 1981 tractor to a much more modern bike, I think it will do me fine. I like the semi retro styling, and think that the amount of power should be more than adequate for around town and the odd short trip. All my riding will be one up as my wife still has her little BMW, and will not part with it. So, this particular bike has 70,000 KM (43,000 miles). Is that high mileage for an 8 year old bike? He used it for a daily commuter. It has been regularly serviced with oil changes every 5000 KM and the rear spline lubed twice a year. Antifreeze replaced every year. Last fall he put on new tires and replaced fork oil and flushed the brake fluid. It looks great, and appears that it has been fairly well taken care of. The present owner is asking $2850 Cdn which is about 1/2 what most are going for in my area. I am wondering if there might be some hidden issues that might be of concern. What type of issues might I look for on a higher mileage Aero? Are there some mechanical issues that may be looming due to the mileage? Cam chains, bearings, what? I don't know these new fangled bikes all that well. I am willing to do mechanical work, having owned an old Airhead for the past 35 years, I have learned to do my own maintenance, as well as major work when required. Oh, and his reason for selling is that he has ordered a new Harley for long distance trips. Says he is only asking what the dealer will give him on trade in.