Yeah, it's a real treat to ride an old Triumph/BSA that's in a good state of tune. They float down the road like an old Cadillac. Definitely an experience everyone should have or own at least once. I'm sort of anti-airhead since I owned an R100RS years ago that was a pain in the arse. I don't feel like they bring a lot to the table, but I allow that a tonne of people like them and I cut my teeth on Japanese L4's like the 650 and 750 Nighthawks, Radians, and even the Jap V4 stuff, as well as my love/hate Ducati. So, pay my eye rolling at the airhead no mind. It's a fine motorcycle and probably is requisite for someone to own and ride at least once.