I went to pick up my new scrambler to the dealership yesterday. When I arrived, I saw the bike in the showroom with a "sold" sticker and my name next to it. The bike was all shinny and cleaned, like a new bike. However, upon a closer look at the odometer, it indicated that the bike had 7 miles on it. I asked the sales man about that and he said that the bikes they sale are tested by their mechanics to make sure that they are safe to ride, before the bike is delivered to the client. When it came time to do the paperwork, I mention the 7 miles on the clock again and the sales manager assured me that the bike was brand new and had only been ridden to make sure it was safe to ride. This is the first time I buy a new bike. Is this a common practice by the dealers or was I sold a used bike with 7 miles on it as a brand new bike?