The Pilot has neither steering wheel nor pedals; all the inputs but shifting live on an aircraft-style yoke. That yoke features wrist restraints so the driver’s arms don’t flail during a crash or rollover. The throttle is thumb controlled, and two brake levers are responsible for clamping the disc brakes at each axle. You’d want to keep those brakes within fingertip reach, because the Pilot could hit 60 or 65 mph from the factory. That’s just one of the reasons the Pilot came with a four-point harness standard. Furthermore, amenable to a tune for its lightly stressed 397cc motor, the Pilot could be infernally fast.