Well, that depends on your level of gnarly-ness, but if you are picturing off-camber, sloppy single-track through the tight woods, think again. But, to be fair, no ADV bikes can do that. The Super T is happy and fun on not-too-rocky jeep trails, mellow two-track, and dirt service roads. We stepped a little astride of this intended use in our testing and tried to used dirt bike technique to get through a short uphill rocky section. On an off-road bike, the proper way to get over this particular obstacle would be to carry momentum and “float” over the rocks. Well, with a nearly 600-pound bike with soft suspension, there is no float. Charging with more speed than we should’ve the bike hit a pointy rock and preceded to spew forth its bowels of oil like a freshly tapped well. After some Quicksteel and humble pie, we used the proper ADV technique to get out of the rocks. That is, trust in the massive power of the engine and muscle slowly up the rocks rather than relying on speed and bounce.