That dealership is really nice to deal with. It's Team Winnabegoland in Oshkosh, WI. They're nice and very professional. Everyone knows what they're talking about and are really helpful.
Anyway, I took it out for a 70 mile lap. Holy crap! I like it! I can feel it needs to be uncorked a little. The thing handles beautifully and it has brakes. The rear brake is a little on the mushy side but the front brake is very solid and positive. It has a little vibration but nothing bad. I think I made a good move. I'll need to lower the foot pegs and get a different seat. The seat didn't bite at all, but it was a little confining. I like a little higher ride height anyway.
Here's my 2 stablemates. I will say today when I came up to a corner, usually, I look for and take the dual sport hooligan path, which is usually across the driveway, through the ditch, across the yard, through another ditch, burnout, then back on the pavement again. I had to stop myself and tell myself it's pavement only.
I think if we could figure out how to put a 21" front wheel on this, I bet it'll make an awesome go anywhere machine. Maybe once they get older I can get a cheap one to "experiment" on
I also looked at BMW. $12,000 and a tiny gas tank under the seat. I think not.