But it’s been downhill from there, with only eight chassis in 2011 and 2012, five in 2013, then down to four chassis in 2014–’15. In 2016 there were to have been four chassis makes again, but the Swiss company Suter, after dominating the series’ early years, announced its withdrawal. In the provisional entry list for 2016 there were to have been three Suter entries, and we don’t yet know what bikes will replace those entries, but we do know that there will be at least 26 Kalexes, three Speed-Ups, and two Tech3s. Thus for 2016 we might even see 29 Kalexes in the 34-bike field. It’s almost certain that a Kalex will win every event in 2016.