So, here we are, a reverse trike with a cruiser riding position. That’ll be awkward, right? Actually, no, it’s not. It’s surprisingly good, for a couple of reasons that are obvious when you think about dynamics. First, the low seat and feet-forward layout drops you about 3.5 inches closer to the low, low roll center of the vehicle—as well as 5 inches back, with your feet, on average, a foot ahead of where they’d land on a Spyder ST. Even that little bit greatly reduces your body’s reactions to lateral loads. You feel a lot less tippy. For the experienced motorcyclist, that’s a huge deal. So, too, is the ability to brace with your legs. Remember that a trike doesn’t react to footpeg weighting, so you can easily brace yourself against lateral loads by straightening a leg and pushing against the seat bolster. Very, very effective.