Here's my bike. Bought it about six months ago. It's a Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic. Delivered in 2007, had 5km on the clock (yes, 5km) when I bought it.
I have never ridden proper motorbikes before, only scooters - so I've been very careful. Taking it nice and easy, never pushing myself, cautious at all times, wearing full gear. The bike is garaged in Sydney, and I travel a lot, so I haven't clocked up the mileage I'd like. But I figure there's all the time in the world for that.
I'm told that these bikes have some kind of electronic engine management system which is deliberately "factory-detuned", at least for the Aus-delivery bikes, so as to meet the power-to-weight requirements for LAMS (i.e., making them legal for learners and probationary drivers). Supposedly this electronic module can be swapped out fairly easily, rendering the bike much more powerful and responsive. I will do this when my 12 months of P-plates is up. Will also get some slightly louder and ruder exhausts fitted - current sound is way too polite.