The Motor Company recently announced to its dealers that V-Rod production would stop in October. This revolutionary bike, co-designed with Porsche, never caught on with the H-D Faithful despite its strong pedigree, outstanding performance numbers, and stunning looks. Indeed, from a mechanical and performance standpoint it continues to make all other H-D's look like Model T's by comparison. Used V-Rods are already very cheap by Harley standards, and prices for used ones will undoubtedly drop more when this announcement is better publicized. What is it? Looking at the used market, it is very noticeable how people who own them just don't ride them. It is not unusual to see one that is 8-10 years old, and still basically new, with just a few thousand miles on the odometer. Are they that uncomfortable? Why couldn't Harley take this drivetrain and at least try to make it into a sport-touring bike like an ST1300 or FJR? Is this decision by Harley an opportunity for a savvy used bike buyer to grab something very special at a Fire Sale price?