The first time I saw the Yamaha Trikker I wondered who had been spying into my dreams. I have always wanted a bike that could do everything. This bike looks like it would be just as comfortable on a supermoto track as it would in a skate park. A lightweight, progressive looking, almost trials style, perfect urban assault bike. I think every rider would be better off owning something like the Trikker. If all motorcycle riders would practice "tricks" on a smallish bike in a closed course, their road riding skills would greatly improve. Trying stoppies or wheelies or any "trick" or "stunt" on a lightweight bike is far less intimidating, and usually less expensive if you have to ditch. Riders who are familiar with balance points(of stoppies and wheelies)and the concious of the small adjustments made to controls to keep the bike tipped on either wheeel, have a far greater chance of being able to keep themselves out of trouble on the streets. I think the Yamaha Trikker would be a great addition to anyones garage, and if they rode it like they stole it, their automobile evasion skills would be sure to improve. Too bad it's not available in our country yet.