If if if I was to keep the bike, and actually ride it, I would probably put drag bars on it.
I would most likely make them a deal where I get a bike, they auction that one to pay for my bike, and the rest to charities.
The charities would be happy, the dealer would get to sell a bike, and I would have a bike that I would want.
I doubt that I would ever ride something like that, and I'm not one to have a bike to look at.
Other then the paint there isn't much on that bike that's custom. It's all off the rack parts, and certainly nothing that would make it worth the $200,000 that the article claims it might be worth.
Ten years from now I bet the owner could sell it for maybe 10 grand, (adjusted from today's values.) Maybe more if he found a fan that was love struck over a ten year old sports tribute bike. :biggrin: