I so agree. There is something so very, very kool about playing on the dirt, going places that street bikes and cars won't or can't go, and then hitting the asphalt twisties and letting it rip, all in the same ride. I especially enjoyed yesterday on my way home, after doing around 40 or so miles of dirt roads (nothing too hard, mind you, a few small water crossings were the extent of the excitement) and then just nailing the curves on Aska Road, turning on to Newport Rd. and spanking a guy riding an RT1200 on my WeeStrom on the way home. The ability to play in the dirt and then go asphalt twisty dancing is what makes the WeeStrom special to me. I especially enjoy coming down FS 80 from FS 42 to Camp Wasega Road, then just nailing those asphalt twisties, hanging off the bike and screaming thru those curves. Very exhilarating!