We returned to Stelvio on Day 3, this time up a more flowing road on the back side, then a short jog through humorless Switzerland. “Those of you who have GPS, use it to check your speedometer’s accuracy,” Preining advised. “In Switzerland, this is very important.” That afternoon, what looked like a paved goat trail took us up Passo di Gavia, a favorite for all. By now everyone had ridden each bike at least once, and opinions had begun to form. It was shaping up as a battle between the haves—the ultra-equipped BMW, Ducati, and KTMs—and the have-nots. ADV bikes are premium products, and for most buyers in this category, features like electronic suspension, off road-specific ride modes, and luxuries like cruise control, heated grips, and tire-pressure monitoring systems are necessary equipment.