This is the first stock bike I’ve ridden since 2012. It’s actually pretty good. It’s nice to see all the changes Suzuki has made toward the racebike. When I hopped off my bike [Yoshimura factory RM-Z], besides the handlebar, it’s not too much different. That’s what we [his team] were already talking about. I still think the Suzuki is a really solid motorcycle overall. It’s great in a lot of different areas. It turns well and is a motorcycle that works for all skill levels, ranging from myself to the regular average Joe. We’ve been running the triple [TAC] for about a year and a half now. I like it. It gives the tuner and rider more set-up options in a much shorter amount of time. Before you had to go to someone to get it done, so it’s a lot easier. And when you’re spending nine, or 10 grand on a motorcycle, you don’t want to spend another grand on getting your suspension dialed.