Go's style is unique and much more easily spotted than defined. It is very rarely clean and polished. It doesn't tend to have that fast or aggressive look. What it does have, it more soul and pure style than you're likely to find on any bike built in the last 40 years. The details on his bikes stand out so strongly; each one looks like it was someone's baby for years and years. Like it was the bike that someone rebuilt with their father when they were a teenager, but they then kept into their adulthood because of the sentimental value. Like I said, these things have soul.