I've bought and sold a few motorcycles in my life. I have been noticing a few things from each side that I want to point out. Buyers 1) Stop lowballing without a legitimate reason. If you want to offer a price lower than the asking, please give a reason why. (upcoming service, worn tires, registration due soon, etc). 2) Don't flake. (If you aren't going to show up, let the seller know). 3) Just stop lowballing and flaking. Sellers 1) Please price your vehicle accordingly. KBB and NADA only provides trade in and retail values. I have noticed many that use those prices thinking theirs will be sold. Don't tell me to go look at KBB values when you are the one that didn't see the word RETAIL. 2) Know that this is COVID-19 era and winter season coming soon. If you want to get rid of your bike, sell it at an enticing price. If you want full asking price, wait! 3)Lastly, please take pictures in well lit area. If you take half ass pictures, what does it say about how you treat your bike or the sale? Thanks for reading and leave any helpful comments.