Rapp later said, "It was difficult. I was nervous. My own goal was not to crash the thing, to go out, get some laps, bring it back and make it better. That showed me that the brakes are just brakes, the tires are tires and the bike's a bike. We needed to work on body geometry; just sitting on the bike was not comfortable. We adjusted for the second session as far as padding on the tank, things we would've done at the test. We dropped two seconds from the first session, which felt like a huge improvement. We had little issues with the electric shifter, and on/off throttle is really abrupt. The geometry might not be quite right. The power is…it's really fast. It's smooth power once you get it on."