Don’t count on Tesla ever producing an electric motorcycle.

First broached by an audience member in Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting, Tesla CEO Elon Musk remarked with a resounding “no.”

“We’re not going to do motorcycles,” said Musk.

Musk also supported his stance by providing an anecdote about a past incident where he was involved in a near-fatal collision with a truck while riding a dirt bike at age 17. Not many details were given on his experience, other than sharing he had not ridden a bike in almost 30 years.

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“I actually used to ride motorcycles when I was a kid, dirt-biking for like eight years or something. Then I had a road bike until I was 17 and was almost killed by a truck,” said Musk. “So we’re not going to do motorcycles.”

Many critics have lambasted Tesla for failing to get into battery-powered motorcycles, arguing the production process is easier than building automobiles. At the same time, Harley Davison has announced plans for an electric “hog” in 2019, with a recent cash infusion by electric motorcycle manufacturer Alta Motors.