For one, it’s got that long, low, semi-lean silhouette that’s kicked out a bit (a 30-degree rake), a hint of Super Glide merged with Low Rider capped by a massively shrunken “batwing-inspired” fairing (says Harley) and a couple of low-profile saddlebags. The seat height is a handy 26.5 inches off the ground, and if that’s not low enough for ya, the Sport Glide also boasts a narrowed primary drive and exhaust to make it easier on shorter-legged riders. There are chrome and blacked-out highlights woven throughout, especially on the 2-into-1 exhaust system and throughout the engine bay, for a good-looking balance of light and dark. But it’s the bags and fairing that define the Sport Glide’s mission statement here—a light-duty touring bike that can quickly and easily be converted to a naked cruiser. The storage and wind protection tees up the “touring” part of that formula, and both pop off literally (and toollessly) in under two minutes as well. The problem is, they also adhere to the “light-duty” part of the phrase, but we’ll get to that later.