Not many I'd guess, plenty of mine will or have. My (98) ZX-9R had 130,000 kilometre's on it when it was taken out by the Camry. My ZRX1200R has had 40,000 put on it in 4 years and the Z1000 has had 6,000 since February this year when I got it (to replace the 9).I was thinking to myself, I wonder as a percentage, how many bikes have/ will see 100,000kms ?
Maybe 2%, very low~ Just my guess
That's because I bought my bike in Washington, and it can switch back and forth between US unit and metric both on distance and temperature. And I forgot to set it completely in metric, so the 2nd pic showing temperature in Fahrenheit.The speedo seems to be in km/h so it must be 100000 km, but why is your temp in *F? If it's in *C, your bike is overheating.
Anyways, good job!
The interesting thing is that soon as it reached 100,000km, I switched to US unit, and it showed 62,500mi. Because I bought my bike in US, I guess it's calibrated in US unit, and when it shows in metric, it's simply calculating it by multiplying by 1.6. So I've put 100,000km a bit earlier than this:agree:If it's kilometers, that works out to just over 62k miles (62,137 to be exact). Still a lot of miles! Good job!
As it was said earlier, would definitely be interesting to hear often you do oil changes and what your maintenance schedules are etc.