With the release (and our first ride) of Honda's Fury, the debate of what is a cruiser or a chopper and where the line is will only increase. Here's where we sit: it's a cruiser. Choppers are supposed to be daring, handbuilt, innovative machines built to test the limits of geometry, engineering, art and good taste. The Fury is a conventional, production motorcycle. While we salute it for taking some steps that neither Honda, nor the mainstream high-volume motorcycle industry has ever taken before, the fact remains that it's a just a product, not a lovingly hand-built bike for one guy and one guy (or gal) only.