At the end of the day, this is meant to be a custom bike, and on those terms, it mostly succeeds—especially with a price below $20,000. The metallic flake paint is vibrant, and positively pops in the sunlight. The actual switch housings, however, feel like parts bin units, and look a bit rinky-dink for a build of this level. And while the beautiful, hand-stitched and logo-embossed seat looks appealingly unique, it’s not a paragon of comfort—though it probably isn’t meant to be. At $19,990, the Raider SCL is still a good chunk of change, but as far as production customs go, it’s a solid effort in a new subcategory. If the Raider SCL is a hit, expect to see other limited edition Stars down the road.