The tests we put the bike through over the two-day launch were not only trying and designed to push the limits of the bike, but they were incredibly fun. We hit the drag strip at Orlando Speed World where Adam Waheed pulled a 12.005 second quarter mile, finishing at a speed just shy of 110mph. There was a handling course where we pushed our limits as well as that of the bike, looking through the pintails and dragging some rear brake before gunning it out into the little straight of way to try to make a quick time. Most exciting of all, we had a training session with the Victory stunt team: Tony Carbajal and Joe Vertical. They gave us hands-on instruction on burnouts, hard launching, rolling burnouts, and then initiating a drift. The potential of the bike was exhibited in an incredible way, showing that it could handle tight turns, was an absolute whip off the line, and is lightweight and nimble enough for some people who have never stunted before to learn and try out some pretty aggressive maneuvers.