The Multi was immediately a blast, although there were some adjustments to make. The wide, tall bars provide excellent feedback and leverage, but feel pretty awkward riding around at speed. The seat, too, is a little strange. It doesn't quite allow the range of motion I'm used to having at the track, although there's plenty of space to comfortably hang off. Lastly, because the Multi is so tail-heavy compared to a sportbike it offers incredible late-braking ability. An ability that, I have to admit, I didn’t really take advantage of, for a couple of good reasons. Foremost, I was there to have fun and see how the Multi handled on a track, not to try to set the world on fire or impress people by trying to break the ADV bike lap record.