Once settled into the 28.7-inch high seat, I can't help but notice how much smaller this bike feels than it looks. The long, plush saddle is comfy to sit on, though the front nose comes up too abruptly to the fuel tank for my liking. That tank isn't overly wide, so the riding position doesn't splay you out too much, and the reach to the swept back handlebar is just right (the Nomad's bar is wider). The floorboards are in tight, too, and in the saddle, the seating position feels practically upright, with arms set comfortably forward. As riding triangles go, it's similar to the old Harley Ultra, but with more room for your legs. Still, I'm 5'7", and I wonder if the Voyager will cramp taller riders.