Hey Kito, mine was worn out tens of thousands of miles ago (as you saw), but for some reason it keeps on
ging onwards. Tomorrow I'm taking a highway jaunt down to Seattle with it to celebrate the first sunny days of the new season. The other day I had this brief fantasy it might make 100,000 miles (160k km), but I know perfectly well that's not at all realistic.
Seriously, when I consider I can get an identical bike with 80k less miles on it for just a couple of thousand rapidly-depreciating dollars, it's not worth rebuilding or taking chances riding far from home. On the other hand, I climb on board and it starts, goes, stops, turns, and in other respects acts like a motorbike. Plus I've got all these spare parts laying around.....
I don't have a big living room, and I don't have much wall space. Maybe if I took and sawed the thing in half lengthwise I could glue one section into place....but what about the other half?
Edit to add: the auto-edit feature seems to have a different sense of the word "c-h-u-g-g-i-n-g" from mine.