OK, now don't just trust what sales people tell you... There I was just riding around minding my own business when i pull up to the traffic lights and my bike just stops and wouldnt start, so i pushed it round the corner n tried to figure out what was wrong. then some smartarse walked by and said 'u run out of petrol have ya...' and walked off laughing. at first i took offence cause i thought as if i would do that, then i realise i did do exactly that. Ah, no problem tho, i still have the reserve tank. So i start to look at the knob to see how to switch it to reserve, but the markings didnt make sense. the guy at the shop said 'no worries mate the fuel is on so ur right to go'. i start her up and im off. now unfortantely it was actually on reserve, so when i ran out, it was bone dry. You have probably figured out by now the moral of the story is to figure out how all the bits n pieces on your bike work before u really ride it to far, but i can assure you the point becomes very much reinforced after u push your bike for half an hour on a hot day n walk into the servo dripping sweat!!! Its been a good week actually cause i only got the bike on saturday, and i dropped the thing in my backyard trying to push it along. i have also resolved to always push my bike with me on it and not from the side, trust me it saves the heartache!!! anyway im going to go hide under a rock... hehe, the cool thing is tho, is that none of this even compares to the feeling i get every time im on my baby!!!!!!!