Richard Stanboli is the privateer builder who can challenge the factories in US roadracing. In 2018, on the machine you see here, rider Josh Herrin won two MotoAmerica Superbike races. As these photos clearly show, this is a professionally prepared bike. Its swingarm was CNC-milled from solid, and its fuel tank could be designed and shaped only as items on order arrived from suppliers. And Stanboli is not just one of the small elite of CNC shops that can turn out parts such as these: He has also made himself master of the new electronic rider-aid technologies that have become full partners with hardware in modern racing. With the help of throttle by wire, engines can be tuned to levels that would be unrideable without the torque-civilizing power of electronics.