Tech-wise, there's much to take in, too. The frame is a composite arrangement, a tubular steel trellis top half bolted to aluminum sideplates in which the swingarm pivots. Said swingarm is a tasty piece, a see-through "biplane" affair in aluminum. The single shock mounts cantilever-style on the right side, freeing up interior space for the rear cylinder and exhaust plumbing. Up front, a 43mm inverted fork and a pair of four-piston, radial-mount calipers chomping down on 320mm wave rotors. Suspension travel at both ends is 6.3 inches.