A terminally ill friend gave me an '05 Bergman with 952 miles on it a few years back. I drove over to his home in Huntsville, AL, to pick it up, and he died a week later.
I replaced the tires, put plugs in it, changed the fluids, and it was good to go.
I put less than 100 miles on it just around local. I really had to concentrate on not pulling the clutch and locking up the rear brake when stopping. It was very nimble on the country roads in my area. Speed limits are 45, but I kept looking at the speedo and finding myself doing 60+. I mean, I do way over the speed limit on the FJR and ZRX too, but at least, on them I know it
The Burgy was deceptively fast. I think it was because the engine sound never seemed to change, no matter how fast I was going.
I kept it a couple of years and really tried to like it for John, but I just couldn't get into it. I finally decided it was silly to let it just sit there and rot and sold it.
They are very capable bikes though. I've had several older friends go to them and put some serious miles on them. One of my friends and his wife (below) toured the country on one with a Givi box and put over 100,000 miles on one in a very short time. That was riding two-up.