That adaptability continues, of course, with the 5-kilowatt motor that gets its power from a pack containing 84 separate lithium-ion battery cells. Six ride modes are available, thus allowing the owner to tailor power characteristics to rider ability from beginner to advanced. An instrument panel where the gas cap would be on a petrol-burner lets you know which mode is employed. Further, these modes can be saved to a dongle located underneath the seat, thus inhibiting the chance of “someone” changing it without permission. Naturally, with an electric-powered machine, two questions come up immediately: 1) how long does the battery last, and 2) how long does it take to charge up?