The three big numbers we kept hearing for this bike are 5000, 60 and 40. 5000 being the number where the engine puts out peak torque, 60 being the amount of different fit options (seats, bars, foot peg positions…), and 40 being the maximum degrees of lean angle. As a team that rides a lot of bikes with forward controls, the low scrape angle was incredible and found us flying into corners with no worry about touching a peg down. I witnessed the easily adjustable foot pegs work well for a rider around 5’6”, and very well for me at 6’4”. Handlebars, however are only offered as an aftermarket accessory, and for me, these were just a bit too low to spend this much time on, leading to a little shoulder discomfort towards the end of the ride.