The standard instrumentation for both models includes a clock, fuel gauge, speedometer, tachometer, and odometer, as well as a trip computer. The Sport model also offers a lap timer for those who want to take the bike onto the track – an environment that reviewers consider it ideally suited for, especially since BMW made it easy to shed street equipment to make it race ready. (Reviewers commented that the Sport’s mirrors were virtually useless on the street, which might be a side effect.) Both bikes weigh 438 pounds with fuel and oil; the Megamoto, with a wheelbase of almost 64 inches, is a few inches longer than the Sport. The Megamoto’s steel frame is exposed; the Sport’s is sheathed in carbon fiber – and it came in just one color: BMW white with blue trim. Both machines get high marks for great looks, maneuverability, and, in the words of one reviewer, ""superb fun.""