Housing the engine is an all-new double cradle steel frame and suspension components have been upgraded as well. The suspension is adequate at moderate speeds but starts to feel a little unstable when being pushed—both front and rear. Steady lines through turns would be interrupted by bumps and sent into a slight wobble, nothing too extreme unless you’re really booking, but, again, this isn’t the bike for dragging knees. Stock tires on this bike are not designed for high-speed performance, but rather for style—having deep grooves between the tread that track with the lines on the freeway. This was my only real problem with the bike, the way those tires tracked, feeling unstable and wobbly at high speeds on the highway. Riding on smoother asphalt, this wasn’t a problem at all. Front brakes worked well, stopping the bike quickly and easily with decent lever feel, but the back brakes were a little squishy, taking a real stomp to get firm application. The bike does come standard with ABS both front and rear.