This bike had a wide, low-rise handlebar, which offered good control and comfort. You sit with your feet forward and your legs spread wide around the tank, which spans more than two feet at its widest point. Assuming the position suits you (though some riders find wide tanks very uncomfortable), the only comfort complaint is likely to the substantial heat coming from the engine. The tank acts as a significant breeze breaker, so you don't fight wind pressure constantly at higher speeds. With a V-8 supplying the motivation, vibration was virtually non-existent, of course. Our machine's saddle was surprisingly comfortable, and would probably permit you to make it between fill-ups in comfort. When you consider that the Hoss gets a bit over 20 mpg on the highway for something over 200 miles between fuel stops, that tells you that the saddle is pretty substantial. As you might expect, there is plenty of room for taller riders or king-size couples.