With a max gross weight of 1,000 pounds, much less than half that of a Cessna 172 and 320 pounds less than the weight limit for LSA, the Sport S2E requires very little control input to make maneuvers, but it does feel surprisingly solid in turns, climbs and descents. And the stall is very benign. With no flaps to add I just powered back and pitched up to slow down the airplane. The break didn't happen until we reached 32 mph, at least according to the airspeed indicator in the Sport S2E. That's about the speed of a road bicycle, and it felt no worse than going over a speed bump. Even if you crash the airplane during an approach to landing, the accident could potentially be no more serious than a bicycle crash, though as with any aircraft, there is real risk involved with these aircraft too if not flown within their published limits.