Before you discover what your lean limits feel like, it's worth trying to find out what will drag first on each side. You can get an idea (perhaps with the help of someone else) by leaning your parked bike over until something touches, though this isn't foolproof, since the suspension is compressed during actual cornering. Typically the first item to drag on the pavement is a floorboard, footpeg or sidestand. Many bikes have tangs or nubbins projecting from the pegs or floorboards designed specifically for this purpose. Such pieces, which are in the middle or rear of a bike, and fairly well outboard, are generally benign when they drag—particularly because they have some give and will yield rather than upset the chassis. Things get a bit dicier when the part that drags is unyielding and far forward or close to the centerline of a motorcycle. A piece that is forward on a bike can lever the front wheel off the road, and the closer a solid dragging object is to the centerline of the bike, the more it unloads the tires. There are two current cruisers that might give you pause in this regard, Suzuki's Marauder and Intruder 800, the latter of which runs an up-front footpeg bar under the bike from both sides.