Since someday you're going to want to wire up something else (you will), make the small investment of money and effort now to wire in a relay and fuse block. There's a very handy space under the seat aft of the battery. Tap any switched circuit to fire the relay, run a fused wire to the positive terminal and a ground wire to the negative. Done. When you add extra lights, a power port for heated gear, a GPS, radar detector, etc., it will be a simple matter of running wires and turning a screw. I have and like the Fuzeblock, which has the relay and ground bus built in, and it lets you choose between switched and hot circuits. Very compact. Eastern Beaver makes nice gear, too.