**A **Depends on which two sports you're most likely to find yourself in. The average supermoto derivatives are better suited to smoother surfaces-paved or unpaved-than their dual-sport counterparts, which may have to deal with whatever the trail serves up: rocks, logs, ruts, sand...you name it. Hence the supermoto bike's shorter suspension travel, lower center of mass, bigger brakes and wider wheels generally shod with sticky street rubber or even slicks. Dual-sport bikes run the on/off-road gamut from the Moto Guzzi Stelvio-happiest on rough pavement or smooth dirt-to the KTM 690 Enduro, which is essentially a dirtbike with lights and a license plate. You could survive an easy dual-sport ride on a supermoto bike, or skid around a go-kart track on a dual-sport. Just don't expect to have nearly as much fun as you would've on the purpose-built version.