Does riding this bike bring back memories of racing a 250 two-stroke? It's a little bit weird jumping it and things like that until you get used to it because there's no engine breaking and it feels so much lighter, like it's less stable in the air. But you can really rip some of the tight corners. I'm surprised. Going back home to Michigan, when I ride local tracks there, two-strokes are pretty popular. I mean, they're pretty cost effective, that's for sure. A lot of track riders still love moto-ing their two-strokes, even the 500s. Yeah, I went to a race in Australia about a month ago and started next to a guy on a 500. It was just kind of a fun race, but local pro guy had a 500 and I was like, 'Oh man.' Ben Townley was on the other side of me and I looked at him and said, 'Hey, I'm kind of worried about this guy holeshotting me."