Between the vagaries of magazine scheduling and uncooperative weather, there's not a whole lot to tell you about my new long-term Victory Kingpin Tour. The short story is that the bike didn't arrive here in Connecticut until about two days before a storm system blew in with a vengeance. Since the prospect of wrestling a large motorcycle over wet, slimy roads is less than appealing, discretion overcame valor, and the Kingpin, for the most part, has stayed put. Fortunately, I did manage to get in a couple of short rides, where I found there's an awful lot to like about the Silver Streak and not much to whine about. Since the technical 411 was covered in the April issue, and since my current opinions of the KPT jibe with Cherney's, there's not much point in rehashing things just yet. For what it's worth, though, I found out that the Kingpin starts and runs just fine in 20-degree temperatures (a point I think our L.A.-based editor overlooked in his write-up).