someone definitely saw some good days on it. with that mileage they rode the hell out of it, especially when you consider the short riding season in new england. and last years winter was the only decent one to let you ride through it since '08. definitely not rigorous in the maintenance dept. when i see adds that preface with rare, etc. it means they think they have a gold mine and it's priced accordingly. the average joe is going to want to buy a new bike, not a "rare" used bike. even if it had an excellent rating instead of very good kbb says it should be cheaper. no farkles either.