Up for sale is my 2020 Road Glide Limited FLTRK, beautiful Billiard Red / Vivid Black Two-Tone with the Black-Out package with 6112 miles, purchased originally from a dealer on April 20, 2020 (so over 1.5 years of factory warranty remain). Most of the mileage on two trips; 2100 miles when I bought it in AL on 7/19/2020 (with 2300 miles on it) and rode to San Diego in 3.5 days, and 1100 miles when my youngest daughter and I rode up the CA coast from San Diego to Hwy 1 through Big Sur/Monterey and back over 5 days. The bike is still like brand new, and I have the Clear Title in Hand. Frankly, it is just too much bike for me. My age/bad back struggles with this large/heavy bike. I just completed the 5K service in all 3 holes (this is my 15th Harley). Attached is a listing of all that has been added to the bike since new. Bike-to-Bike communication Kit is basically a CB, as they are no longer standard on the Limited's (just the CVO), however has been added to this bike, along with the matching whip antenna. With just the Rinehart Slip-on's, the bike did not require a flash nor tuner per HD; changing the AC and or header would require, but frankly (and I've spent THOUSAND's on exhaust/tuners/dyno's over the years) this bike runs so nice and sounds so good, I'd really be inclined to leave as-is. The Rineharts have a really nice rumble, especially when you rev it, but not enough to wear on you on a long ride. Sounds great! I've had several bikes with backrests over the years, but this is my first with the adjustable one, and I'll never go back. The lever is cleverly hidden behind the heat deflector on the left side, and when you pull up on it allows you to change position on-the-fly, which during a long day in the saddle is nice to change up now and then... As it came from outside CA, it cannot be registered here in CA until the odometer hits 7500 miles (as if you needed an excuse to go for a 1300 mile ride). CA idiocy aside, this is a non-issue in any other state. I have physical possesion of the clear title in the original owners name. Comes with the transferable ($25) Wheel & Tire Warranty (my local dealer sells for $684 for a 2020 RGL) good at any Harley Davidson Dealer. I've been pitched this several times when buying a new bike over the years and been told that if you run a screw into the sidewall before it reaches 4/32nd's they just replace the tire for you (wink-wink). MSRP: Two-Tone w/Black Finish $31,249 Freight: $435 (Yes, this is an actual line-item on the MSRP, not to be confused with the $995 or whatever that dealers try to charge for "Set-up" or "Dealer Prep"). Total ACTUAL MSRP $31,684 + Accessories $2256.42 + HD Wheel & Tire Warranty of $684= $34624.42. My FIRM price of $29,599 is $5025.42 less! You only pay sales tax on whatever you report to your respective DMV. Add $200 to MSRP for comparison for CA emissions. Mechanic at Dealership says only difference is timing is retarded via ECM to meet CA standard's, however as this is NOT from CA doesn't apply (probably one of the reasons why it runs so good). Local dealer has an additional mark-up of $1500 on the hang-tag, saying that with the factory being closed 3 months supply is dwindling and exceeding demand. Supposedly the 2021's won't be out, if ever, until at least February, and any major changes would be delayed (although none have been announced other than the discontinuation of some models) until 2022 models. Fly to San Diego and ride her home! I'll even pick you up at the airport. I'd also be glad to help as I am able to work with your shipper as necessary once the check has cleared (I personally have used Federal Motorcycle Transport; they are affiliated with Allied Van Lines and in a business rife with flakes have performed wonderfully on 4 occasions for me. Insurance is included in their quotes as well, a big up-charge with other services.