The RS she straddled was nowhere near stock. Scott, her husband of eight years, had tweaked and tuned the sport-touring bike into a modern-day weapon. The bike retained the classic sport-touring lines—the encompassing fairing, the low bars—but a close examination revealed an intensely trick machine. Millenium Technology had done some magic, boring and stroking the twin to just under 1,400cc with the chassis tweaked to handle it, including BST carbon wheels, Öhlins suspension front and rear, and massive brakes. Every part of the RS had been touched and improved—and tonight Cindy would exploit it on the run to see her father.