A lot is wrongly considered about the dimensionally gifted. things like, if its heavy it can't move, or speed comes through lightness. In terms of us humans the dimensionally gifted among us (yours truly is proudly among them), are pointlessly targeted for being what we are. Give us rider class dimensionally gifted ones a ride and see us rip a tarmac like a feather weight. Talent as is turns out is a difference mostly not talked about. Also, chicks dig fluffy ( ;) ).
In terms of motorcycles, there are some incredible motorcycles that do not shy away from showing of their long curves. At 586 lbs curb-ready, the Suzuki Hayabusa is not what we in the sport bike community would call a “light” motorcycle. The mighty bird was once the straight-line king — enter the Kawasaki Ninja H2R — but its aerodynamic curves hide a bulky underbelly of excess living.
Of course, in the hands of the right rider, even the hefty Hayabusa can prove itself to be as nimble as a ballerina. Watch this gymkhana racer put the Hayabusa through its paces, and think twice before you complain about the handling of a 500+ lbs motorcycle ever again.