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I am kinda sorry that I never owned a sports bike because when I was young I had the body and reflexes that could have handled it, I think. Anyway, I bought the Stryker because it has the comfort of a "cruiser" with good accelleration and handling (at least for me). I guess what I was looking for was the performance of a sports bike with ergonomics that were kind to my aged back. But here's what I want to know....Many of you here have experienced the thrill of a sports bike whose performance surely exceeds the Stryker. Is not the Stryker somewhat of a letdown or disappointment when compared to a sports bike or are most of you who changed to the Stryker just ready to slow down a bit ? For those of you who have not yet come to terms with your mortality, aging is God's way of telling you to slow the pace.