I sold my son my 2000 FXR4 a month ago. He is a very cautious rider, has taken the M/C safety course and has a couple years riding under his belt. Friday while going home for lunch he had a cager turn left in front of him at an intersection. He lays the bike down, missing the rear of the car by a hair, and goes tumbling down a 4 lane street. Thankfully he got away with only a broken wrist and bruises. The bike is ride-able with nothing serious. Never trust ANYONE while riding, you just don't know what they are going to do. Ride Safe Brothers.