Two days ago I washed it, and lubed my chain...
Yesterday, I traveled up the new 130 Tollway that now connects IH10, east of Seguin, Texas, to the 45 Tollway, and Highway 183, up in to Austin. Once I got into Austin, I rode all over the city, but that's not what I'm here to talk about...
The speed limit on the Tollway is 85mph, and there is little to no traffic! I got the chance to hold WOT most of the ride, topping out at 95mph on flat road and keeping it above 90 most of the ride. Even uphill on slight grades, I didn't dip below 91mph if I didn't want to. I may have been able to go faster, downhill, or with a tail wind, but I'll admit, I backed off the throttle on the downhills so I wouldn't go "too fast" and risk being pulled over. There aren't really any police or troopers out there, but I can't afford a ticket, if one decides to make a surprise appearance!
Of course, the bike performed flawlessly, and it was almost more comfortable around 90 than it usually is at 60. Perhaps in part to this also being my first ride wearing earplugs, which significantly reduced my "fatigue," compared to a normal long, fast ride.
Here are some visual aids, which I googled, and can't take any credit for.