Price drop- $4800- *40* miles- Street titled near Raleigh, NC If you were ever looking for an ADV XR650R, this is probably what you're looking for. If you have any questions at all, just ask!- I'm more familiar with this bike than I've been with any bike I've ever had. Here is a thread documenting some of the build- https://advrider.com/f/threads/xr650r-adventure-build.1298441/ 2007 Honda XR650R- street titled *40* miles on fresh motor rebuild- Brand new crank and piston Mikuni TM40 pumper carb Acerbis 6.3g tank w/ Hodoka guy tanker brace Leo Vince Header Leo Vince Enduro X3 muffler Borynack valve and shims on both fork and shock Race Tech and Eibach springs front/rear Seat Concepts seat Reinforced subframe assembly to carry luggage Oil sight tube Tusk handlebars, Rox risers, ODI grips, Acerbis handguards Tusk/ BD hybrid DSK with low-pro blinkers XRs Only Pegs XRs only + Topar racing case saver combo Topar Racing rear brake guard Waterproof USB port Stahlbus oil drain valve Swingarm buddies Brand new Shinko 244s front/rear New front brake rotor. Recent rear brake rotor. Front/rear pads. Probably a bunch of little things I can't recall, just ask any specific questions Rims have a coat of black enamel on them that is chipped (served it's purpose) Comes with a ton of extra parts- Clarke 4.3 gallon tank and stock tank 200w Stator Stock carb Air filters, oil filters, fork boots, etc. I built this bike over the course of 1.5 yrs to ride the Trans America Trail, starting with a more or less stock BRP and doing everything I could think of to increase reliability and function. The bike started eating a thrust washer (not overly common, but documented in the forums as a spacing issue from the factory) in Colorado and got a $2k rebuild with a new crank and piston from Topar Racing. Since then the bike has barely been broken back in with approximately 40 miles. For what it’s worth- I rode the rest of the TAT on a very trick DR650 and it wasn’t in the same universe as this bike in regards to suspension, handling, or power. Stock rims have a coat of black enamel on them that is chipped (served it's purpose) and can be stripped or recoated easily.