Yup, you're crazy. With your road bicycle experience, though, you can do it. Pick up[ the bike early in the day, and put 50 miles on it around town. If anything is not right, you can go right back to the dealer same day. If the first 50 goes well, head for home, varying speed around the lower side of traffic flow. Change your oil at the end of the second day, which will be earlier than recommended. Considering how many miles you're putting on it right out of the box, the small cost of an extra oil change will be worth it. By the time you get home, the bike will be pretty much broken in, ready for it's second oil change, after which you will be good to go for many happy miles. I personally think the interstate is the safest place to ride (and most boring) as long as you stay aware of blind spots and unexpected lane changes. The only issue would be having to travel so fast on the new bike. Given the Husky's top speed, however, I don't think 70 mph is asking too much.