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Someone had to be the first to post a Valkyrie for sale. I have a 2014 Valkyrie with about 1,400 miles on it. No modifications other than a passenger backrest and I had a local upholstery shop soften up the seats a little. I'm looking at a bagger, possibly an F6B, that will suit the type of riding I plan to do more of. The bike has been amazing in terms of power and handling, but I did 500 miles on it the other day and was beat.

I have an additional 4 year warranty on top of the 5 year factory warranty that should be transferable (I will have to check). Not much maintenance to be done at this point, but I did drop the oil at around 300 miles and put in fresh Amsoil Synthetic. Still looks brand new. I'll post some pics after I wash all the dirt and bugs off of it. I'm asking $13,500 with the extended warranty. If I find out that it will not transfer, we can work something out. 701-261-0462
 

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Sorry it took so long to post pictures. The bike now has about 2500 miles on it. The good news is that I would be willing to take $11,500 for it. That's less than what I owe, but I'm motivated. I misspoke about the warranty. Factory warranty is 3 years + 4 year extended = 7 years transferable.
 

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If our Canadian dollar wasn't so shitty, I'd drive down from Winnipeg and be all over that bike for $11500. Backrest and seat softening are worth a few bucks.
Unfortunately, the US warranty is useless in Canada, but what goes wrong with a Goldwing?
 

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If you make it down, you're more than welcome to take it for a ride.
Thanks. I like driving down to F/M. We usually stay at the La Quinta at the south end of Fargo by Costco. I had looked at a '14 Valk at that Honda store on Main Ave. They were just setting up shop in March. They had a new '14 Valk on the floor around a ridiculously low $10999 + freight and doc IIRC. Maybe that was yours?
Anyway, enough hijacking, hope you sell your bike soon. But I suggest you drive an F6B before buying. It's a very different bike than the Valk.
 

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If our Canadian dollar wasn't so shitty, I'd drive down from Winnipeg and be all over that bike for $11500. Backrest and seat softening are worth a few bucks.
Unfortunately, the US warranty is useless in Canada, but what goes wrong with a Goldwing?
agree with my buddy, too bad the waranty doesn't cross borders.
however in term of price, you can get a new F6C for around US$12000 now in US. I'm in the same situation with a warranty that worth something only for Canadians..
 
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