You scared or are there cams in your country that can catch you from the back? I think nothing beats 1000cc superbike or fighter at ultimate fun. There is NO substitute to going at 200+ kmph in a nice curvy empty road with a bike that can. I should add that in Estonia police is pretty scarce and our population density is pretty darn low. Enduro and dirt bikes are fun too, but these aren't triggering my adrenaline that much anymore. Enduro is fun in it's intended environment: hills and gravel roads. In a city environment nothing beats a light supermoto though. I think 525 to 690 is sweetspot. But then if one can manage big one like Superenduro or BMW HP2 should be awesome. Superbike is silly in city. Ghostriding will get one killed sooner or later. I am lucky (smart) that I got out in early stage. I had a few close ones. Ideally, if I had the funds I'd own two KTM-s: 1290 SuperDuke for high speed fun and 950 SuperEnduro for going 200 on gravel. Both can be tweaked for some additional 20% gain in power which is great, I have yet to try something with too much quality power. I had a Honda SLR 650 which I tuned to some 80 hp that had lots of power for its cc but not that great response. Massive torque from first stroke and no or all power at once. It was the only bike I managed to powerslide into ditch, on asphalt. R4 or V2 is better at controlled delivery.