I had the opportunity to ride Ortega Highway, which is my backyard for go-to twisties. The Street Glide effortlessly fell into each turn and the platform felt stable, which gave me plenty of confidence to push it. Fourth gear felt wide, and I found myself staying here for responsive power even into the high 60s. To scrape the boards, I really had to try—as in get to the point where I left my comfort zone to see how low it would go. Oftentimes on different cruisers, riding twisties has felt limited in speed by the lean angle. If I stayed within my comfort zone, I almost never scraped, even on fast, heavy leans. Passing on the highway was fast, and the Milwaukee-Eight’s torque output, which never failed to deliver, continually impressed me.