Why isn't it a motorcycle? Cameron's illustration shows a novel front suspension that appears to be of the center-hub-steering variety, with a double-sided swingarm and what looks to be hydraulic steering. To convert a computer graphic into reality, Travert cleverly morphed Cameron's front end into a leading-link fork (like on old BMWs). But to keep the proportions and dramatic stance of the illustration, the fork has the longest-ever leading link. This heavily compromises steering geometry, with numbers of 41 degrees rake, 5.4 inches of offset and 2.9 inches of trail. These numbers look very strange when compared to, say, a Harley Fat Boy's 32/1.7/5.8. What the numbers suggest is the V-Rex will handle in what we'll politely call a "unique" manner.