Believe it or not, the AWSM-outfitted MT-07 wasn’t even the main event. Nope, Damon had staged this whole media ride mainly to showcase its newest baby, the Halo motorcycle, which turned out to be a working, running “proof of concept” machine using a Yamaha R1 as the platform, but fitted with an electric powertrain. The idea here was to create a motorcycle that was safer (it would integrate the AWSM), easier to ride and maintain (electric), and smarter, via its 5G connectivity as well as a unique Variable Ride Technology that lets you adjust ergonomics on the fly with the press of a button. That’s right, the Halo bike allows for adjustability of the three key motorcycle contact points so pilots can completely change the bike's geometry and riding feel, from upright commuter position to more tucked-in sport style. The seat, footpegs, and bars have electronically movable points so they can slide up or down and rotate back as well. If you’re in highway mode, the bars are up higher and the pegs dropped lower, while in sport mode, the pegs slide up and back and the bars drop to give you a more tucked-in riding position.