Thanks everyone for all the info. This sounds like the bike I'm looking for. How is it with a passenger? My wife likes to ride so it has to be comfortable for her. This is going to be the bike that I ride when I take her out or ride with my non sportbike friends. GET THIS my WIFE even offered to buy the bike for me!! She loves being on the bike.1700warrior said:Since I've got the highest mileage (of all the registered Warriors on www.rswarrior.com ) on a Warrior I can tell you that it is very reliable. There are many folks that have gone from a sport bike to the Warrior and love it. To each their own. I ride mine like it's a sport bike and I give my buds hell when they are running theirs through the twisties. When you scrape the pegs, you are just hitting the "tits" on the end of the peg. They have a 40 degree lean angle so it's the most agile of cruisers. 1670cc air cooled V-twin with a wet clutch cable style 5 speed tranny (really needs a 6th gear!!). 200/50 - 17 rear tire, 120/ 70 - 18 front tire. 4 gallon fuel capacity with attainable 55 mpg (if you are putting along at 60 mph all day) or it can be as low as 32 mpg if you are really ripping into to it. The brakes are pretty amazing for such a big bike. I guess they would be since they are derived from the mighty One binders:rock Maintenance is pretty easy and everything is fairly easy to get to (or easy to remove to get to something). The bonus is that you don't have to spend an hour taking off plastics to get to the engine!! The belt drive is very quiet and reliable. Belt life is estimated at 40 to 60k miles. I've got 35k miles on mine and the belt looks almost like new still. You can change the seat and the handlebars to suit your riding style/position. I prefer the more aggressive position so I have the Yammie double "T" drag bars and the Corbin solo seat. Um.......that should be a good start I think:lol :lol Anythink else you wanna know? I love my bike and haven't had any regrets on buying it. However, I've ridden the One a couple of times and I want one now for an addition to the stable. Whole different ball game there!!