My take is that riders who pursue all three attributes—more safety, more confidence, and more speed—are frankly more open to adventure and challenge. Being true to their urges—and by true I mean being responsible for—they have reconciled their own experiences well enough to make room for all three. Once they've learned the essential skills required and have begun discovering the art of it—best done at the racetrack, the environment where all three can co-exist in harmony—their street-riding habits will change for the better, too. Faster, safer, and more confident. It's a win-win-win scenario. Risks are minimized and urges are satisfied, with virtually unlimited personal improvement to be had along the way.