For those unfamiliar with Harley's VR streetbikes, here is a quick review. The original bike in the family, the VRSCA V-Rod, was introduced as a 2001 model. Though the engine, designed in conjunction with Porsche, displaces only 1130cc, it is tuned to make some real powermore than 110 horsepower. The style is pure cruiser, low and stretched out, with the footpegs well forward, disc wheels and a minimalist, performance bent. It's lighter and more responsive than most cruisers, even other power cruisers, and powerful, too. Among V-twin cruisers, only Yamaha's four-cylinder V-Max can outrun itat least until now. However, though the seat is low, it is a long reach forward to the footpegs, which makes it uncomfortable for the inseam-challenged and can be tiring for most riders.