2007 Yamaha Royal Star Venture. 4 cylinder smooth running 1300cc engine, 5 gears. Loafs along at freeway speed. Quiet with stock mufflers. Just over 28,500 miles. $10,500 Adusted valves at recommended 26K miles, all in great shape. Nice deep blue with some black highlights. In perfect shape. Only 1 little paint ding on front of tank and is out of sight, painted over immediately to prevent any rust. Gets ridden regularly. Many extras. Lots of information on this bike on the web so keeping this listing to mostly what I added. Newer rear Avon Venom rear tire, Have some miles left on matching front Avon Venom with a new one ready to mount when the time comes. Wider slightly shorter light smoke windsheild Saddle bag chrome guards and top rails. Chrome rear deck luggage rack High quality highway pegs, folding, rubber inserts. 2 driving lights with switch GPS RAM ball mount on handlebar (aluminum clamp type) added GPS wiring with stereo audio wired to aux input to bike system. Waterproof miniature capped connector. Specs/source on new mating connectors available for your own system if desired. Stock Helmet audio 5 pin DIN plugs front and rear for helmet speakers/mics. Radio does AM/FM/Cassette, Aux and CB. 2 antennas on back Comfy stock plush seats Drivers's adjsutable folding backrest Rear trunk lid spoiler (in black) with LED string for brake and running lights Rear mounted larger red LED brake/running light with chrome ring under trunk case Handle bar risers installed to lessen the forward reach a bit. Stock cassette and aux input to audio system. I change the oil and filter about every 2500-3000 miles. Comes out very clean. Manual and stock tools. Includes optional fitted saddle bag liners.capped SAE 2 wire plug for battery charging and heated gear. Driving lights are powered direct from battery (fused of course) via a switched relay to prevent ignition switch current overload and failure. Included is a custom steel frame adapter to permit using a standard motorcycle hydraulic lift. Has four 8" legs that can be slid in to permit removing the lift and support the bike off the ground a few inches. Great for servicing. A few pictures at various angles I dug up from our many trips here.