We are planning a trip to ride the Continental Divide Trail. We are considering riding from L.A. to the start of the CDT (all highway) in New Mexico and then get on the dirt trail there and go north for about 10 days of CDT trail riding and then jump back on the highway to come back to L.A. We are trying to save transportation money. I have a 530EXC with the HT Oil Cooler. Does anyone have any idea if this bike can handle that many highway miles? I rode the Trans America Trail which includes some highway mileage but nowhere near the amount this trip would require (on that trip we had someone drive the bikes out to the start of the trail and then back home). We would probably do about 800 highway miles out to a starting point in New Mexico and then do about 1200 highway miles back. Thanks for your input.