ridability

ridability

(ˌraɪdəˈbɪlətɪ)
n
the state or quality of being ridable
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For example, a survey of the members of the Pony Club in Australia, a youth organization that provides programs for horses and riding, reported that the temperament of horses (e.g., quietness, reliability, and stability) were more important traits for horses at the Pony Club than their body type, ridability or purchase price [3].
The improvement in ridability is remarkable with KOTA's cambered shape providing responsive turning performance, while simultaneously acting as a shock absorber for an exceptionally smooth ride.
As its name suggests, the new GS Rallye is geared more towards off-road ridability. Off-road performance is significantly improved with modifications to the spring rate, longer spring struts, and extended spring travel.
All hail, then, the new Kawasaki Z1000, which spurns unusable top speed and technical gizmos for real-world ridability that for the first time in years challenges the Triumph Speed Triple as the world's best super naked, or unfaired high performance, machine.