Although the Heritage Classic remains unchanged for 2020, the platform is a remarkably capable touring cruiser. We took the revised version on a nine-state ride just after it came to market in 2018 and everything from the Milwaukee-Eight 107 to the cockpit to the cornering capability proved smooth and comfortable. It’s a bike that our testers thought well worth the starting $18,999 MSRP. It’s got stiff competition in the nostalgic V-twin touring cruiser market (niche, right?) from the Indian Chief Vintage, but continues to hold its own as a stripped-down, capable, and classic-looking machine that reliably provides comfortable long and short range rides.