Its a pretty neat bike - I love to drive the thing, and it attracts more attention than you would believe. As you can see from the seat, you sort of sit in behind the tank so there is little exposure and less drag. As your moving, you can feel the slip-stream move from the front to the rear around the bags and out the rear, she is totally clean.
This bike is as close as you can get an ICE to feeling like an electric motorcycle. This bike is dead quiet and equipped with Honda's Dual Clutch Transmission - its a 6 speed,it has 3 modes; Drive - 3 Sport settings and Manual. The DCT has two clutches one for 1st, 3rd and 5th and another for 2nd 4th and 6th. As an example, when you shift from 1st to 2nd, 2nd gear is already engaged - when you shift to 2nd, the 1st gear clutch disengages and the 2nd engages, there is no mechanical shifting or noise at that point, it shifts so fast it sounds like an automatic. This transmission technology is only used in high end sports cars costing $500K to over a mill, its much more advanced and more economical to run since there is no slippage and power loss as there is in an true automatic transmission. By the way that is the back seat sticking up, it folds up in 6 positions to make a backrest when riding 1 UP very comfortable.
This bike is sort of like the Honda Rune where they only offered it for a few years - word is there will be no 2017 models.
Regards - Mike