I meant to post a while back, but.... forgot. I'm old and senile, so it's OK. I've not been doing a lot of miles on the FJR during the last 4 or 5 years, indeed only had one oil change a couple of years ago!!!! It's not because I don't want to ride, it's because I just wasn't motivated. Properly. So now I'm seeing someone, and we live 331 miles apart. We've known each other for a hundred years, reconnected online 4 or 5 years ago, she's in town every month or so for her elderly mother, so we started getting together, one thing led to another, blah blah blah. Turns out she loves the back seat of the bike!!!! I've gotten her geared up (in pink, of course) and we take a little jaunt whenever we can. I ride when I go to Orlando to visit, so there's another 700 miles at least every month right there! Depending on what we do and where we go there may be another 100 or 150 just getting around to have some fun. So my point is, I'm doing more miles, not just to see her, but getting around to things locally; having a Saturday ride, go to a nearby town for something, whatever. The bike clicked over 100,000 miles back in January, which may be astonishing mileage to some, but there are FJRs (and BMW K-series bikes) out there with multi-hundred-thousands. the top FJR I know of is over 300K, and I know several over 200K. The 100K isn't really even a landmark on our forum any more unless you do it in 3 or 4 years! Anyway, I've [finally] joined the 100K club, but my bike is over 14 years old, and 40K was in the first 4 years, by the first owner. I had two or three years of 10K+, then backed off pretty sharply, but I'm hoping to rack up the miles again and get a good bit more time astride this beast.