Welcome, friendS from the fringe. You're the type, we know, who believes the phrase "all things in moderation" creates a great disservice to mankind; when, in these times of unparalleled motorcycling health and wealth, expectations ought to shoot for the sky. Too much of something is just the beginning.
Wretched excess, then, is for you. After all, show us a sane Hayabusa owner who really wants-no, needs-more power, a bigger dose of arm-socket-testing acceleration or adrenaline-pumping top speed. When you've found this kinematics-addled soul, point him in the direction of the Yoshimura Hayabusa, a breathed-upon beast that's not just brutally fast but also commendably docile.
Excess may be manifest in the lack of something-like availability. Turn and gaze upon the MV Agusta F4S Strada, perhaps one of the most anticipated, low-production motorcycles in memory. We'll get all of 300 here in the Colonies, so if you haven't bribed your MV/Cagiva dealer it's already too late. But you can dream, can't you?
Maybe you crave only straight-line speed; have a seat on this, Vance & Hines' top-fuel dragster. It may say Harley on the tank, but you can bet it's no Softail.
Come along for the ride, won't you?