Being a bob-job, or bobber, if you prefer, the High-Ball is a single-seater with no passenger provisions. The front fender is bobbed, and nearly every item is in black or matte black, save for the gauge body and highlights on the engine’s cooling fins. Its couple of shiny parts are only there to remind you that the rest of the bike isn’t shiny. Even the bars are black. The blacked-out engine is Victory’s 106-cubic incher, which is 1731cc for you librarians out there. The single analogue gauge includes a digital window that can be scrolled to show the tach and gear-position indicator, odometer, tripmeter, or clock. Interestingly, which is a word I use when trying not to express meaning, the gear indicator reads blank when the clutch is disengaged. That does have a ring of truth to it, but why it hides knowledge of what gear it is in, though not engaged, we’re unsure.