At first glance, the bike looks fullsize and roomy. However, after settling down on the seat and putting one's feet up on the (yes) floorboards, it instantly becomes clear that the Colt is aimed at not only the entry-level rider, but at the short rider, too. At 5 feet 4 inches, even I was a bit cramped with the Colt's seat-handlebars-floorboards arrangement. The handlebar shape is user-friendly and the grips look good, but they are in fact hard and slippery. The toe part of the heel-and-toe shifter pedal is too close to the front crashbar, even for my modest-size 8.5-inch foot. With classic American-style looks-big fenders, raked-out front end, lots of chrome-the Colt is nicely styled, if a bit overdone, such as the faux air cleaner on the right side. Also, while the chromed, stamped-steel chain cover keeps lube splatter off the rider, it's rather disproportionate to the motorcycle. The speedometer is hard to read, and oddly, only the top third of the gauge is illuminated.