I picked her up and drove her home in the rain last Saturday. Only out for a 30 km. ride one evening this week. Anyway, I've owned a lot of bikes over the last 35 or so years of riding. This one really reminds me of my 1972 BMW R60. Not tons of power, but tons of fun to ride. I had it up to 100 kms./hr., just breaking it in so I'm going easy on it. I did try a 2010 Bullet out and had it up to 130 kms./hr. So I know that they can get up there. It feels a little loosy goosy on curves if you push it hard, but then so does my 2006 Harley Street Glide. But that's not why I bought it. I was looking for an older bike from the '60s to play around with, love the old school bikes. I even tried an '09 Triumph Bonneville T100' but didn't care much for it. They were trying too hard to make it nostalgic, I guess, but cheaply built and very cheap parts. So any how, I heard about the Enfields, read reviews, watched videos on UTube, eyeing one up at the local dealer for over a year now, took the plunge and brought her home a few days ago. It even has a nice deep sound through the exhaust. It has lots of low end torque, pulls really hard, which impressed me, tons of parts available to customize it, etc. But I'll put some more miles on it and give a better review.