About 48000k/29825m. Mostly Saturday riding
Tires are no longer a problem, until something is proven better I am running PR4 Trails on the front and PR4 GT's on the rear. The rear gets similar mileage but so much more grip there is no contest and haven't tapped out the Trail yet mileage wise but the grip is great. I did get something like 26000k out of that Harley Dunop front hoop but it is no where near as smooth as the PR4 Trail (Let the bars go with the Dunlop and it has a slight shudder, smooth as glass with the Trail) and well the Dunlops wet weather grip is not that good, PR4 Trail is outstanding.That's good to see some miles (29,000+) on the Valkyrie Shrubbo.
Any concerns or issues with the bike other than maybe tires and brakes?
My only concern would be that sintered pads cause more wear on the rotors, which are more expensive to replace than brake pads.I then bought a cheap set of set of sintered pads...
I'm not sure. I only hear a lot of people who tried EBC end up hating them and going back to oem. Maybe they just have a different enough composition that the wear isn't as bad.Pretty sure the OEM pad are sintered. The organics are not even in the same ball park and I ditched them the second the replacements arrived.
Yup, I expect mine is going to be running long after I am.I am sure I'll find any high-mile issues with the Valkyrie really soon. But what can go wrong with a Valkyrie? It's essentially a Gold Wing, right? I know folks that put 200k+ miles on their Wings, without having major issues.