Hi All, After lusting after a 'New' Norton Commando for the past 10 years, I have finally bought a 50th Anniversary Edition in Black with Silver pin striping. I am aware that owning one of these beautiful creatures is not always plain sailing, having previously scoured the internet trying to decide whether or not I was ready to take the plunge. The bike arrived in Ayrshire (Scotland) yesterday and I was able to take a gentle 40 mile run in the sunshine, before the Engine Management Light brought me home a little prematurely. The bike itself is just one year old (obviously), but having spent most of its life in the previous owner's living room; it had only done 36 miles. Having spoken to both Norton's Warranty and Servicing people first, the bike had an oil and filter service before delivery (reputable Yamaha Dealer), and my plan was to run it in and take it to the Factory for its first service. I love the bike and I think the engine feels and sounds great with the shorty pipes fitted (from the factory). I am looking forwards to a, hopefully, lifelong ownership of this beautiful motorcycle and despite hitting my first gremlin so early, like to think that I was hoping for the best, but ultimately prepared for the worst. I have bought my Breakdown Cover already. I initially just wanted to introduce myself to the forum, although obviously any feedback about the EML would be greatly appreciated. The bike felt no different after the light came on, and starts and rides the same as it did initially. Mainly, I was wondering if there was a common, simple, fault that I could tackle myself, or if it was safe to keep riding the bike a further 400 miles to it's first service. Hello from Scotland!