Congratulations. Now that I can afford one, too, I wish I was 50 years younger....
The acceleration is a pure rush!
Did you get the ESA? Like it?
If you were a rider in the early 70's, as I was, you'll remember when rain meant the road surface turned into whale snot as you shimmied down the road, your front wheel tracking every groove, and a vague sensation of floating sideways in turns. Todays tires are magnificent by comparison.
"There is no such thing as bad riding weather, just bad riding gear!"
Went to a riding workshop and learned this info. The curve sign can be used to inform you on how to approach the curve. Usually below the curve sign is an indicated speed to approach. Lets say 25 mph. is recommended, the first number indicates second gear should be used, and 50 +/- 10% speed. So 45 to 55 mph to negotiate the turn. This will take a little practice to get in the grove and trust your skills. This was the most revolutionary thing I learned at that workshop.