The single cylinder, carbureted engine is fine for around town, but out on the road is a different story. Hills are met with sluggish performance, and adding the weight of two riders into the mix is unsatisfactory – despite the fact that the bike can technically seat two passengers. Even on flat ground, acceleration with one rider is acceptable, but again, the performance suffers with two. Freeway acceleration is also lacking, and don't even try to pass with little room to spare. The bike is still a great bet for around town riding with smooth handling and a good turning radius. If you don't mind zero-to-60 in almost 12 seconds, this is the bike for you. Stopping isn’t bad either; with front hydraulic disc brakes and a drum in the rear, it will stop adequately.