I recall you said the tach was broken. motorcyclespecs.com Good article about these bikes. Rider described 60 as the sweet spot. That comes at 6000 revs. Each 1000 revs adds 10 mph. When new the bikes could nudge 100 with a skinny kid in leathers on board. I can get 10,000 thru the gears, but only 9,000 it top gear. I nudge 90 to 92 on a good day. Too much drag from extra bits bolted on. You might want to keep this bike forever. They are great to ride, great to learn on, and easy enough to keep running, and cheaper too. I ride mine during the winter months mostly. I can pick it up if needed, I can not pick up the bigger bikes. The bigger bikes have the advantage of cruising easily at 75 with two up and gear. Otherwise the smaller bike is king, IMO. You should get close to 50 MPG. I get 50 to 55, but our gallons are 20% bigger. We use liters but I convert to gallons, and convert kilometers to miles. Doing good with the tippy plan. Riding around in circles is a good way to get the feel of the bike leaning. No need to copy the road race guys. Stay centered. In the rain, you may feel more comfortable copying the motocross riders, who lean the bike while staying more upright with their body. You will not run out of tyre doing this. You can practice this while on the hard dry surface.
Post a pic sometime. You show me yours, I will show you mine.
Bon chance. UK