Overall, the Bobber emerged as our favorite. The engine delivered the broadest power and sounded great. While the rear suspension was a bit on the punishing side on the freeway, overall handling was superb, and fit and finish and styling details are top notch. This all made the bike, as an overall package, the most appealing and fun to ride. The Harley works well, it’s Dyna platform giving good handling and its 103-inch engine delivering big on torque. And with its classic American bobber styling, definitely made me feel the coolest—as both the Triumph and Indian have some trying-too-hard styling elements. The Indian’s neutral steering was maybe the most natural in town. It has a lovely motor and refined power delivery, and the chassis delivers nice feel. It doesn’t necessarily do much wrong, but it doesn’t make us feel as cool either of the other two or make up for it in performance.