Modeled to look like old an Flathead from the early years, the Thunder Stroke 111 has been no stranger to the Cruiser website. The power comes on low and it comes on hard. It has a great sound and a robust personality. Putting out 75.89 horsepower and a claimed 106.49 ft-lbs of torque when we tested it on the Dyno, even with the weight of a big ole bagger, this thing can haul. Weighing in at 862 pounds, that's a lot of power and weight to not even have the option of traction control. Because the action on the clutch is very short on these bikes, the power comes on just as you start to let the lever out, making it difficult to feel the exact catch point if you're not used to it. Translation: while riding aggressively and quick-shifting in the turns, I often found myself slipping the rear tire as I'd let out the clutch. This wasn't a deal breaker for me by any means, it would just be nice to see this safety feature added when you're already paying $21,000 for the bike.