I understand all that, I was being facetious.
I completely understand the reasoning behind the bike. I think it is different now then it used to be, as well. I'm not going to say that driving a car is ever the same as riding a bike (hell, the verbage is completely different, and for a good reason), but times are changing. Cars, even performance cars, are becoming less and less involved to drive. Like the article I did a while back for C&C, performance cars used to actively seek out new and exciting ways to kill the drivers. Now a days, anyone can be the Stig in a GTR. Even Porsches are becoming easier to drive.
It isn't really a bad thing. It is just a different thing, and finding a car that comes even close to giving the same experience that you get on a bike is is nigh impossible. I am unfortunately a sucker for comfort, but lord knows how much I want a Triumph Speed Tripple, lol. Bikes just ain't my bag, but I completely get the appeal.
2006 Redline Red Nissan 350Z