I love this "naked" bike turned sport-touring machine for the mountainous rides that I've gone on with my local riding group. The motor is smooth and responsive and Honda bullet proof, and the bike is light enough to be maneuverable and nimble whether your'e riding in the mountains or just to work. I picked this bike up locally out of Folsom CA back in the fall of 2015 with just over 39,000 miles on the odometer, and have put just a handful of miles on her through the spring of 2018, before moving up to my current and larger Suzuki Bandit 1250. This Honda needs to be ridden and enjoyed by you, so here it is listed for your viewing pleasure. A word on mileage: This 43,576 mileage Nighthawk I would describe as likely running better than the majority of Nighthawks or other bikes with half the miles or even less. If you let a bike sit for long periods, it will require some basic maintenance just to regain it's smooth running engine. This example has been adult owned and ridden, and to date it has not required any service other than regular oil changes and happily being ridden. Since I've owned this baby I've replaced both tires with Bridgestone Battleaxes, upgraded to an EBC lighter weight front disc and their sintered pads to complement. I've also installed front suspension "emulator" valves with appropriately sized pvc spacers and upgraded Progressive springs, to balance out the Progressive shocks already out back, and the seals and dust covers were replaced at the same time as well. I've replaced the factory seat with a custom seat that makes those longer rides so much more enjoyable even for the passenger, and even located and installed a super hard-to-find factory accessory windshield to take a bit of the wind off your body. I've also replaced the bar risers with a set off another Honda model which not only raises but sets back the handlebars for a slightly more upright sitting position, which works perfectly with both the upgraded seat and windshield! Keeping on the comfort theme, I've even installed a superb RSC clutch lever to replace the OEM lever which noticeably eases the lever tension, so that now you can even pull in the clutch with one finger! And to this I've also added foam grips and also taller mirrors (yes, they're Kawasaki...) which provide better/safer rear-view vision over the shorter OEM mirrors. The oil and filter were changed recently at the same time that I upgraded the oil cooler to a higher capacity European RC42 version, which compared to the US version, doubles the volume! And if you'll notice, I've installed a set of much larger Hepco & Becker engine guards which not only protect more of the engine but are mounted more soundly, compared to the ineffective factory accessory guards. I've also installed an excellent rear rack "system" from Ventura (made in New Zealand) which allows you to alternate the carrier portion with other available options. What you see affixed to this Nighthawk is the "hoop" attachment which the matching Ventura bag (new and unused) slips and secures over and allows you to store clothing and other items. So thank you for viewing this great bike which I've had the pleasure of owning and riding. Title is completely clear, in my name, and ready to transfer to the new owner, is still registered and current - no back fees to worry about. Spring is fast approaching, and this Nighthawk is ready for the roads!!! $500 down payment via Pay Pal required (non-refundable), the rest payable by either cash or major bank cashiers check prior to or at time of physical transfer of bike and title. Buyer to arrange all shipping (I've successfully utilized U-ship.com with two of my current motorcycles) or if local to the Sacramento CA area, come on by and pick her up in person.