Right, you're dealing with a problem I don't see here in Washington.
There's very distinct seasons. Believe it or not, even Seattle has very dry summer months where the bikers all pour out into the streets
It just ended. The rain is started to push in again, and the dry months are over.. That's when it triggers the people who were on the edge of selling. Those who don't want to store their bikes for the winter or just need money.
I guess you don't really have that at all there?
Is there any down time, riding wise, or is it more from it being too hot?
When I bought my bike, I knew what I wanted, and so when the sale came up, I practically bit the owners hand off buying it.
You need one of those buyers.. Not just a person looking for a bargain.