The Honda carries its weight low and felt the most stable on dirt roads with loose gravel sprinkled on top, but it lacks suspension travel for truly gnarly stuff. The Kawasaki’s ergonomics feel the closest to a full-blown enduro, while its middle-of-the-group seat height helps make it easy to maneuver on tight singletrack trails (when a dab is in order). It also offers adequate suspension travel for all but the toughest terrain. The Yamaha, however, is comfortable on any surface, fast or slow, rough or smooth, tight or wide open. The WR’s tunable suspension is the closest in the group to a real off-road racer’s, which means you can charge into chunder without worrying too much about getting ejected off the seat.