Not on my bike though, as it still needs a few little things done to it to get it on the road, I used a bike at the Q-Ride place - a CB400...But man it was at LEAST half the weight of mine. things started out well, felt really good to be back on a bike, on the road again. As soon as the twisting corners came though, I learnt how rusty I had become with road riding. The last ride I went on wasn't nearly as winding as this one and was really only through suburbia, whereas this time it was a bit more remote and unforgiving. One thing I can't get out of my head was how damn far I had to put the bike over when cornering, it scared the daylights out of me and at times I thought I was going to go down...thank god I didn't. I did get to test my helmet out as well, and the verdict isn't good. Pressure on my forhead because it apexes at the top and that's where the pressure is, and after an hour it was unbearable and I felt like throwing up it was that bad. I need to go back to the bike shop sometime and see if I can swap it for a different brand. I should've been more careful when selecting a lid. Wasn't the best ride I've been on, but hey, not every ride is meant to be. It'll be better when I'm riding mine someday.