Motorcyclist - - Shift - PHO­TOG­RA­PHY BY SARA LIBERTE

1. “No such thing, as long as you know how to con­trol it.” LISA NINER BALTIMORE, MARY­LAND

2. “De­pends on how the bike is set up. If it’s set up to han­dle it, then no prob­lem.” KEITH GREEN SAN JOSE, CAL­I­FOR­NIA

3. “Ar­ro­gance is too much power.” KEN CIOCCI BROOK­FIELD, CON­NECTI­CUT

4. “Power that can’t be con­trolled in any man­ner is too much.” MOIRA ZINN AUSTIN, TEXAS

5. “I was able to ride the S&S 143. That had a lot of power, but I was able to hang on.” LEAH MISCH LA CROSSE, WIS­CON­SIN

6. “It’s up to the rider’s ca­pa­bil­ity. It’s easy to think you’re ca­pa­ble when you’re not.” SCOTT WHITMAN DEERFIELD, SOUTH DAKOTA

7. “You al­ways want more, right un­til you have too much. Then you want trac­tion, not less power.” JOHNNY KILLMORE SAN FRAN­CISCO, CAL­I­FOR­NIA

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