I was determined not to do that with the bike I had bought to learn on. Of course I was going to allow myself to go completely crazy when I got my real bike later. However, there are some things that needed to be done and since they needed to be done there was no reason why they could not be done with a bit of flair.
Stereo System. I had this in mind from the minute I bought the bike. Once I figured out that a marine radio would work as well as a motorcycle radio for a lot less money I found one rather quickly. Once I got the unit in, I realized that the cover that came with it was too large for the console housing and also the speakers that came with it were also too large to fit. So I sold both of those items and bought a smaller set of speakers. In the end the radio with speakers cost less than $15. Source: eBay
Lucite Windshield. This was nowhere in my original game plan for this motorcycle. Then the first time I rode the bike towards the sunset the entire windshield frosted out due to the numerous scratches and glare -- this was a safety issue. Source: eBay
Driver Peg Rubber. Another safety issue since the ones that were on there were torn and my boot got caught on them quite often. Source: Biker Bandits
GPS Mount. This was an inexpensive mount that allowed me to put my Tom Tom on the handlebars so I could use it while riding. The one I got was a lot cheaper than the one that Tom Tom sells. Source: Express Mounts
Vista Cruise Cruise Control. There was one on the bike when I bought it, but it broke. Since I liked having my right hand free from time to time while riding I got a new one. Source: California Cruising