To allow riders a bit of fun, the six-speed dual-clutch transmission can be operated in “manual” mode via paddle shifters located near the left handgrip, as well as in fully automatic mode. A choice of placid “Drive” or more aggressive “Sport” electronic powertrain mapping is also included; either way, shifts are not blisteringly fast, but then again, neither is the bike. Running gear is traditional, showing that Honda put its money behind the unique powertrain and the modern, low-slung styling to carry the day. For instance, the frame uses traditional steel tubes, and the suspension, brakes, and chain final drive are likewise routine. Factory accessories include saddlebags, heated grips, and more.