Style continues to ooze on past the wide drag bars onto the 4.8 gallon gas tank with its sleek integrated instrument panel down to the firm sculpted seat. A speedometer, digital trip meter and idiot-light combination nestles-neatly in the chrome teardrop-shaped housing. The locking gas cap located at the rear of the housing requires removal of the key from the left-side ignition in order to replenish the fuel supply. Expect to get between 37-40 mpg with a cruising range in the neighborhood of 170 miles. The dark-faced speedo with white numbering is easy to read in the daytime, and when darkness falls the red backlit panel looks cool and makes it easy to keep track of your speed. Everything is wrapped up on the back with a bobbed rear fender before coming to the end at the 15-inch cast aluminum wheel covered in 170/80-15 rubber.