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I recently decided to sell my 2010 Yellow Goldwing with approximately 10,700 miles on it. I am the original owner. Unfortunately, my wife has no interest in riding with me and I simply don't ride my motorcycle enough to justify keeping it so I would like to see it go to someone that could use it more. It has never been in an accident, looks like new, runs great and is loaded with accessories. I seriously doubt you could find a nicer 2010 Goldwing than this one. I don't ride in the rain and I only wash and spray polish it once a year. It has always been kept in a garage. You can see several photos here:
Accessories included:

V Stream Special Edition windscreen
Headlights protective covers
Kuryakyn Front fork brace
Kuryakyn Heel/toe shifter
Kuryakyn Highway pegs
Kuryakyn Passenger Armrests
Baker-built cooling vent wind-wings on mirrors and clip-on rain guards
Utopia Backrest
Shorter center kickstand
Cup holder
Travel bag for the trunk
Carpeted saddle mats and trunk lid caddy
Honda OEM CB Radio and Antennae Kit
Garmin ZUMO motorcycle GPS (just updated maps) with hardwired RAM mount
Shop Maintenance/Service Manual

All the parts above were the top-of-the-line when I got them. There may be more parts not on this list, but that is what I can think of off the top of my head. For all the parts that were replaced above, I will also include the original parts that came on the motorcycle and they are all in like-new condition. I will also include a L/XL Shoei Hornet helmet (like new) set up with a J&M headset/speakers and cords installed, a couple nice motorcycle jackets (men's XL and woman's S), plus many other accessories I acquired over the years. I also have a second Shoei open-face helmet also set up with a J&M Headset I would sell with the bike for an a extra $100. Both helmets have two sets of cheekpads (L and XL) and the interiors can be removed and cleaned.

All maintenance has been performed on the motorcycle on time versus miles since I don't ride often. The only dealer maintenance that has been performed is both tires were replaced in the past couple years. They are still like new. The next major service will be at 12000 miles. The only issues I know of are that the TPMS light stays on, even though the tire pressures are fine. I was told by my dealer that this is because the batteries in the wheel sensors have died over time. I imagine this is a common issue. Also, there is a quarter-sized hairline crack or peel in the paint where one of the front fender bolts attaches to the forks. It is just a crack in the paint though, not the fender itself. Not sure why it happened (rock chip?) but it has been there from the start so I haven't worried about it. I took a close-up picture of it for you to examine. The rest of the bike is flawless.

If you want any additional details or would like to see it in person here in Southern Pines, North Carolina, please contact me by posting a reply to this post or by texting me at the phone number below. I will consider any reasonable offers.

Thanks for looking

Carroll
 
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