From the second I sat on the Sport Glide and pulled it off the sidestand, it felt good. The bars were high enough to be relaxed and no higher. The footpegs were farther forward than I was used to, but the shifter felt natural and, after the 2,600 miles it’s gonna take to get home, I know I’ll feel strange planting my soles in any other position. It feels right. In motion the bike feels balanced and ready. It’s steady and solid in the turns, and I can almost hear the bike saying, “I got this. You got this. We got this.” It truly makes me feel like a better rider.