Packed up and on the road, the YSS shocks I installed last time around proved themselves once again, making the Triumph a stable, comfortable ride on any sort of pavement, with more bottoming resistance over the rough stuff. What else? I spent $69.95 on a hard-anodized Renthal rear sprocket-one tooth smaller than stock-to calm the Bonneville's high-revving freeway feel. Small change, huge difference. The speedometer and tach are now perfectly synched, with no noticeable loss of acceleration. Dropping 500 rpm in cruise-mode bumped average fuel economy to 49 mpg. How British Racing Green of me!