IMHO, motorcycle manufacturing hit a plateau about 15+ years ago. Bombardia's Can-Am seems to be the most desperate attempt to capture the market that you described. Anyone that really wants to ride, can appreciate that running a 250cc in Vietnam is equally thrilling to running a Busa on the US interstate. As a marketing guy, the only way to do that with todays millen's is with hawt 20 year old instragram chicks that actually know how to ride. I occassionally might listen to rap music but when I see a classic redneck white boy driving this super-size 4x4 with lift kits and the windows are down and he is blasting Master P, I suspect all of his choices up to this point are in hopes that hawt chick will like him.