Anyway, with its nearly 71-inch wheelbase, the SCL probably wouldn’t fit on a regular dyno without knocking down a wall. Don’t waste your short time here on earth spinning the drum, pal; that massive 210/40-18 rear tire and custom, chrome-plated Performance Machine wheel are better utilized laying down power pulses on asphalt. Amazingly, given its outsized dimensions and that bowling-ball rear tire, the SCL handled really well on the twisty roads of Georgia’s Chattahoochee National Forest. The Raider’s double-cradle, cast-aluminum frame does an admirable job of keeping the bike between the ditches. Tight corners can be attacked with downright vim, the SCL tracking straight and true and never bobbling. Long sweepers decked the low footpegs, but the grinding didn’t seem to affect stability. Keep your heels up and get used to the racket.