Well, I also agree that responsibility should not rest solely on the shoulders of the dealers. However, a better licensing system would be nice. Also, the dealers ARE trying to make a profit. While someone said something about being worried about the 16 y.o. in daddy's new cobra being a problem, I think bikes can be a bigger problem solely because of cost. A kid can save up a few bucks and get a loan for a high powered sportbike a lot easier than he can for a car. Granted, if he's driving daddy's car, that's his dad's fault. But the kid most likely can't afford to BUY a high powered car, whereas he can easily walk into a dealership and buy a bike. The big question, is where should the main social responsibility be held? At the home? At the bank loaning the money? At the dealer selling the vehicle? Or with the government and its licensing system? The EASIEST way to control it would be a better licensing system where you are ONLY allowed to ride a bike for a specific CC and lower, depending on what you rode in the test. And the test needs to be changed DRASTICALLY. Hell, here in Indiana, you can (and I'm not joking) take a scooter or moped to the test and get your license, and then go hop on a gixxer 1K or a Harley FatBoy. That's just plain ignorant, at least IMO. So, my vote is for a better licensing system.