- While the Cheyenne's acceleration is great, its top speed is slightly lower than the Banshee's (120mph vs. 125mph).
- Aside from that, the Cheyenne simply does not want to drift easily unless off-road. On asphalt & dirt-roads, the bike is glued, leaning reasonably, but never wanting to drift. Hitting the brake or handbrake will bring it to a stop faster than it'll bring it into a drift (only towards the end of a handbrake stop does it start to drift respectably). So, while it hugs most corners reasonably, it's frustrating to round tight corners & hair-pins.
- The upside to this is that the Cheyenne is a better dirt-roader than the Banshee, using its acceleration to achieve a higher top speed on dirt-roads than the Banshee. Plus, it's fairly forgiving in off-road use, showing a reasonable control and hill climbing ability.
- Overall, you could probably skip over it in favor of the Banshee unless you absolutely have to use it for a race or challenge.
- Modeled after cruiser street bikes, perhaps in the 750cc range, but customized into a chopper / bobber (extended front fork, and bobbed rear-end)