The KTM 950 SE has decent suspension both off-road and on, as the bike will hook up and power up sections without hopping around. It doesn't feel too heavy even though it's a big bike, and the machine turns tight, like a dirt bike. I wouldn't mind bark busters stock on the motorcycle, but that's an easy aftermarket fix. One thing that I really dug about the Katoom is its incredibly bright headlight-night riding is a joy on this beast. At 87 mph or over, the motor does get super hot, especially the header area. I also felt a slight judder in the hydraulic clutch, but I've been told that this is normal and that it doesn't change action or point to any fading.As it stands now, we're going to do even more testing on the KTM 950 Super Enduro before wrapping it into a future issue of Dirt Rider. If you have any experience with this machine, please post a comment below-we'd love to hear what you think of the world's biggest dirt bike!