Sunset Red, 2006, Triumph Sprint ST 1050 in lovely condition for its age. Low mileage (31,000kms), Always garaged and well maintained (receipts for over $1,000 over the past months). I fitted new Yuasa battery in September 2017. I then had TeamMoto fit new Metzler Roadtec 01 rear tyre, as well as new rectifier, new brake pads, front and back, with hydraulic fluid change, and filter and oil change in March 2018 (before doing 4,000km tour of the Blue and Snowy Mountains). Most recentIy, I have just had a matching new Metzler front tyre fitted. The bike is 100% reliable. During my recent trip it used virtually no oil. bought second hand Triumph panniers and top box few months back, which were well used, but had them resprayed to match the bike. also had some scratches on the fairing touched up at the same time. One of the chrome flashes on the fairing remains scratched. If were keeping the bike I would replace this (£29 in the UK), but the new owner may choose to replace them with carbon ones to match the other carbon items on the bike. It has Triumph sports exhaust, although the original is included in the sale. Other nice extras are carbon hugger and tank protector. The front indicators/mirrors are the same colour as the bike and the rims are polished which looks really striking. It also comes with neat tail tidy and LED rear indicators (see photo), although switched to the standard tail, to allow the panniers to be fitted. Also included are genuine Triumph fabric panniers, which include rain protectors, sheepskin seat cover, Ventura rack, bike cover and robust lock. In my opinion this bike is the perfect long-legged sports tourer. I have found am still comfortable after six hours in the saddle. Then, if you take the luggage off, the bike is transformed for exploring twisty mountain roads. The three cylinder engine is smoother than twin but has far more character than four and it sounds glorious. I did lot of research before buying it in 2014 and it has never disappointed me. will be sad to sell it, but live in the UK and after three trips to Australia think the time has come to let it go.