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    10 years old.

    Well my bike is now 10 years old with just over 19 thousand miles on it , in the 10 years I have had it I have not had one issue, a few tyres and chain and sprockets changed last year, plus a few services, it has never let me down. A month or so ago it has started to weep fork oil from right fork. Think the CB1000r will be the last bike I ever own here is to the next 10 years.Long live the ultra reliable CB1000r.
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    Nice. And happy birthday Ceebee.

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    Good example of what an impressive bike the cb1000r is

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20fingers View Post
    Well my bike is now 10 years old with just over 19 thousand miles on it , in the 10 years I have had it I have not had one issue, a few tyres and chain and sprockets changed last year, plus a few services, it has never let me down. A month or so ago it has started to weep fork oil from right fork. Think the CB1000r will be the last bike I ever own here is to the next 10 years.Long live the ultra reliable CB1000r.
    Very similar for me too. Bike registered 09/09/09. ( Great number to remember. ) 24 thousand miles and all original parts, no problems either apart from BOTH front forks leaking. Ditto for the last bike too as there's no reason to even consider changing it.

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    I have to confess, i have considered changing my 2014 bike. Can’t seem to go through with it though. Went out a few days ago, a crisp autumnal feel to the morning, very little traffic, and wondered does it get any better than this? Bike was excellent
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    Most reliable bike I've ever had tbh - still miss it !

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    I get the shopping bug.
    I go look at bikes and test ride a few.
    Then I ride mine.
    Shopping bug gone.
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    Grab seal cleaner and go at the fork seals. They might not need replaced if it's just dirty under the seal.
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