Styling is clean to the point of being sanitary. A lack of tank badges forces you to search for clues to the bike's maker elsewhere, with just a few small "Honda" logos peppered around other parts of the bike. Exceptions to the otherwise excellent fit-and-finish are the poor-quality welds on the frame, particularly at the steering head, which are made all the more noticeable by how well the wire and cable routing is integrated in that area. So, a clean-looking, nice-riding motorcycle that Honda is betting, at $12,999, will be perceived as a good deal in contrast to the often ridiculous figures charged for a true custom chopper. The standard model should arrive in showrooms this summer as an early-release 2010, with an ABS-equipped model ($13,999, black only) offered in the fall. Who ever thought that Honda would be one to deliver a chopper to the masses?!