"When it comes to motorcycle riding, I want the lightest, fastest, quickest, best handling motorcycle that honest hard earned money can buy, average money, from someone who works hard for their money. Harley riders, on the other hand, appear to want the heaviest, slowest, worst handling piece of crap motorcycle that all of their money can buy."
Oh boy... He can see the trees but where is the forest.
Motorcycle riding isn't about having the fastest, quickest, and the best handling bike (unless your name is Valentino Rossi), it is a form of art where the rider and the bike melds together, weather you ride a Harley or a pure sport. Every twist of the wrist is a stoke of paint brush.
Besides, if you actually listened what hillybilly ******** on Harley's had to say about anything, well your just that, "Dumberer" like the movie. And if he wanted the fastest, quickest, and the best handling bike, why didn't he get the Gixxer. Sorry couldn't resist, I had to put that 2 penny there. The big picture here is the love for the ride. Sportbikes are cool, but how far can you go?