I don’t get many opportunities to get out for rides just for fun. I’ve been commuting daily on my K7 but yesterday the wife and kids were at a birthday party and I was able to get out on a nice 4 hr ride. I covered a variety of terrain from twistys, to highway, interstate, gravel/dirt etc. the bike is overall an absolute win for me. I recently swapped to a 14t front sprocket and I think if I did a lot of interstate I’d go back to a 15t (maybe) but for 60 to 75 mph the 14t seems fine. In loose gravel the bike felt a little squirrely at first with the front tire wandering (Anakee 3s) but the solution was just gassing it up and going a little faster and allowing the bike to float around a little. Had some strong winds when a cold front came through, that was a little unnerving at times, and hoping the fork brace that’s arriving Monday helps that a little. I’ve had a number of bikes, but on this little cruise I could tell this is the most comfortable and least fatiguing bike I’ve ever owned. I have a Seargent seat which was comfortable, it was hot so I had the windscreen on the lowest angled position on the Madstad bracket and got plenty of breeze. Bike felt stable as fast I went running up to 100mph once for a stretch. I’ve never done a long motorcycle trip, but this bike feels like it would make one very enjoyable. The only issue I had was my hands did get a little numb despite loose grip, which was cured by putting on my gloves for awhile. My elbows got a little stiff, but that was mostly from some tendinitis from lifting. Was a great first longer ride on my 650.