Update, indeed. That 1981 FLH Heritage model had been the last of the 80-cube Shovelheads, right before the Evolution engine arrived. A wonderfully charismatic bike, but its throbbing vibration had cracked the crash bar welds and shaken the floorboards apart. It also burned a bit of oil. Now we’d be traveling on the latest and largest iteration of the water-cooled Boxer Twin. With GPS, ABS, traction control, and half a dozen electronic suspension settings, not to mention saddlebags with no conchos or fringe. And we’d really be shooting only about half the coast.