Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Group W Bench, VA
With that many miles I think your pricing is on the money - but that's just me. I recently sold my '09 Wee which was very nicely equipped with lots of meaningful and useful mods for a couple hundred less, the only downside being that it was due for tires and a chain.
It kinda boils down to how you feel about your bike as it is and how you want the new owner to be happy. I'd done so much to my bike that it just wouldn't have been the same useful and practical machine by stripping it back down. I wanted the new owner to enjoy it and take good care of it as-is plus whatever else he wants to do to it.
Maybe overly sentimental of me but I think part of the fun is building on to it and creating something that's appreciated. Kinda like building a custom in a way, except it's a much more limited, slower, cheaper (yet practical) process.
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