That makes little sense...not a show off...but worried about how the bike looks rather than performs......hmmmmm I don't get it. Anyway...good thing your not a show off....otherwise you would not have pictures of tricked out choppers and near naked women on your website! LMAO!!!!! HA, HA, made you look! But really, are you comparing a chopper that is almost entirely about looks to a dirt bike, which should be more about function? No cigar for you. What I meant about not being a show off is I see lots of riders who have the latest, trickest bikes, gear and accessories at the track and the riding areas. Then they get on the bike and they ride like spodes. This isn't unique to dirt bikes, by the way. The only thing they are really trying to accomplish is to impress other people when they would probably be better served in keeping their older bike and the money they saved not buying a new one and going to a riding school. A lot of riders think they get a psychological advantage by intimidating the other riders with their high-dollar, tricked out new bike at the starting gate. That may be true, to a small extent, but those riders that are intimidated are probably already slower to begin with. A confident rider who knows what his skill level is will likely be so focused that he isn't even looking at other riders bikes. And when the guy with the new bike continues to lose, he'll blame the bike and probably switch brands the following year anyway.