sounds good. always check for suspicious shit like worn-out tires which may indicate a swapped-out odometer (it happens!). Look at chair and sprocket care to make sure they are well cleaned/lubed and not rusted. Check alignment, meaning look at forks/tire in relation to clipon position when the bike is standing straight. Make sure it starts up right away, purs like a kitten, and engages the gears correctly - especially second gear which is commonly f*ed up on bikes which are ridden hardcore. Look at oil, ask how long its been since its been changed - should NOT be black at 1100 miles (especially after first change at about 600)
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