What really makes the TE310 so rewarding is its light weight. At a claimed 234 pounds dry, it is significantly lighter than any 450 dual-sport enduro and not much heavier than a Lites-class MXer. The result of this low mass, combined with a very good chassis and excellent steering, is flickable handling and instant response to rider input. And the 48mm Kayaba fork and Sachs shock are well-balanced front to rear—except that when the bike was pushed very hard on a rock-strewn grass track or landed from bigger jumps, both the fork and shock were too soft. For typical enduro riding, however, the suspension should be in the ballpark.