Now on my eleventh motorcycle (seventh used), I finally have surpassed 50,000 miles on a bike. When I bought it in July 2013, my 2007 Road Star Midnight was a replacement for a Midnight Silverado of the same vintage, that I had totaled after only owning it for 48 days ( I suspect that the wreck was partially due to not yet being used to the Road Star, since the immediate previous bike was a new 2009 950T). When I bought the bike, it had @ 6.5K on the odometer, part of a Silverado windshield (no lower fill-in piece), OEM luggage rack and Cobra Dragsters. Now, with the advice and help from members of this forum/clinic, I just surpassed the magic? 50K mark. The bike now sports a E.D. standard touring seat w/ driver's backrest, fender luggage rack in addition to the OEM model, Reckless fairing (w/o stereo), OEM BigBar w/ Kuryakyn pegs, OEM Tribar running lights, Wolo Bad Boy horn, OEM hardbags w/ guards and accent bars, racetech springs w/ golden emulators etc. I've made the pilgrimage from OKC to Kingman, AZ and Topoch, AZ. the past two years (solo), and have had little problem with this tank of a motorcycle. If I can manage it and the parts are available, I'm looking forward to passing 100k on this bike! From what I've read, these bikes are easily capable of achieving that milestone. Thanks guys!