I'm strange, that's why!
I guess maybe cause to me a bike like that should be in a shrine or museum.
There were so few of them made, that guy riding it, is just advertising on how much cash he has.
This is not jealousy speaking as I have no riding skill to match that bike at all, and no tracks to really put it through it's paces.
I never understand that mentality.. you buy a crazy fast, rare thing, then just hide it away and never actually use it as intended.
My buddy's dad has a nice C5 corvette, and a 350 SS pickup, both sitting in a carpeted garage at his house, they actually get driven once or twice a year, if the sun is just right, on a full moon, etc..
They get pulled out and washed/waxed several times a year, but actually driven, almost never.
What the heck is the point? To me thats more of a showing off you have cash then riding it. If you buy it and never use it your saying I have so much money I can spend it on something I'll never use. Whereas paying for the bike and riding it, at least people know you want some enjoyment out of your cash.