Does this mean you are not willing to learn more info. on the subject? If so, that's too bad. The article says good current bike riders can't adapt to the different handling of an AWD bike because they have been programmed to ride only 1WD bikes all their lives. But a non-MC rider adapts to the AWD without the old riding habits of the seasoned riders. In other words, non current MC riders LIKE the AWDs because they don't have any pre-determined concepts of how they should handle.
Sure I am willing to learn . Unfortunately the article read like an ad for Christini , and the other reports I've read over the years suggest that the design doesn't work well except in the dirt . It is a fairly complicated solution to a problem street bikes don't have .
Oh , and the comparison of 2 WD tech to an MP 3 is a bit off . The MP 3 is still rear wheel driven .