19,000km/12,000mi on an 1100 AS Standard. Probably 4,000km of that on gravel/dirt. Every imaginable weather scenario, terrain, altitudes from sea level to to 8,000ft on and off road. 1up, 2up, fully loaded both scenarios (including one 6,000km 12 day, 2up camping trip across BC, Yukon, Alberta in mostly awful weather) So far the only two things to slow this thing down: 1. Clogged air filters around 17,000km really choked off power. Once replaced, back to beast mode. 2. Failure of the electronic suspension information system after riding for about 5 minutes through the rain-pocalypse. It took two key turns to get the TFT back, but the bike started no problem. Once back, no information or adjustability was displayed, however system could be heard spooling up and down when changing riding modes and we finished the remaining 5,000km of the trip with zero issues aside from not knowing what was happening with the suspension. Honda took two weeks to not solve it, by which time I was leaving on another 4000km trip with large wilderness FSR sections. By the 2nd day of that trip a guy on the Africa Twin forums solved the problem. I stopped in a town, borrowed a paper clip, rammed it into the jumper, and turned the system back on in a few minutes. Once back, despite the battery being pulled for days, every piece but the wiring harness being swapped (including the TFT), all the settings were as I had set them for the original trip.