Getting the best The Motor Company has to offer doesn’t come cheap, however, which is part of what made it such a status symbol for my neighbor back in the day. At almost $38K, there’s a reason these bikes are exclusive. Unlike many customs, the CVO is obviously customized while not being too loud or over the top. There’s a classy contrast-cut 19-inch front wheel, not some 31-inch monster screaming for attention. It’s built to look as good as it can but also function as one of the best touring bikes on the market, which it does. For me, in my late 20s, a CVO is unobtanium, and honestly, I would rather put together something totally unique if I’m going to be spending anywhere close to that amount of money. But if you’re looking for a bike that says you’ve made it, without looking like you’re going through a midlife crisis, the CVO Street Glide is one damn fine motorcycle.