We also got to ride a few Big Twin baggers and touring bikes outfitted with the new tires, and the Cruisetecs provided those bikes a fun, almost flickable disposition that shaved 20 years off that segment’s appeal. It also shaved quite a bit of metal off their floorboards. Rolling through sweepers at speeds approaching triple digits, the big dressers became eager running mates for the smaller, higher-revving Scouts. Diving into turns was seamless and smooth, and our leans and lines were confident, with no discernible throwout. And we got far better feedback at lean than we did on the stock rubber, frost heaves and tar snakes be damned.