Okay, so here's the story. Get ready to point and laugh. Got the new bike, rode it around for a few hours slow, had a rest. Got on later, and it would not go. Realise at this point, that there is no fuel gauge. Go into panic mode, thinking "Petrol! You moron! You're probably out of petrol!" Flip the lid on the fuel tank and peer around inside. No idea what I'm looking at, but can see zero liquid on either side. Flip it onto reserve and still doesn't go. ARRRGH. Finally I do the walk of shame home (helmet in hand) intending to get a jerry can and credit card and get some petrol at the servo near my house. Read the manual, and oh yeah, there's this thing called the choke. *blushes* Problem solved. But it made me think about refilling. I googled "no fuel gauge" and it says to reset your kms after you fill up and then by the distance you can judge when you're going to need to fill up again. Am planning to do this when I top up later tonight. Now is this the right thing to do? Or is there any other way to tell? (Uh other than the obvious "sputtering to a halt at a busy intersection" etc.) Thanks in advance, Lopsided.