A thirty-four thousand dollar tricycle? I'd be sorely tempted to pocket five grand and buy a Mazda Miata. The Mazda is cheaper, gets better gas mileage, corners better and goes significantly faster all while keeping you dry and carrying way more stuff. It's not like the Miata is a slouch on the road either, it'll put a smile on your face in the curves. The Mazda not only gets the wind in your face but in your hair too (you don't need a helmet).
One of the reasons I'm so fixated on bikes is that they outperform the most engaging experiences I've had driving cars. As a sensory experience and a source of efficiency and power bikes take some beating, except in this case. I don't mind trading some safety for that kind immersive, complex experience. When it comes to Miatas and Spyders though the calculus clearly points to the four wheeler.