Threading the bikes through rush-hour traffic is a smoother deal than with full-size bikes, but these babies aren't light by any means-the heaviest one, the M90, tips the scales at 725 lbs. The Harley, at 583 pounds, is the lightest of the bunch, though it carries its weight higher. With its peppy motor and light weight, it's a breeze in slow speed stuff. The skinny, 21-inch front tire can be unwieldy at walking speeds, but reasonable steering geometry and an easily accessed handlebar keep things in hand. After some time on the Custom though, every single tester indicted the Harley's narrow, ill-shaped seat and pitifully short dish. The taller riders couldn't stomach it for more than 20 minutes, calling it something straight out of Abu Ghraib, and even the shorter man was crying "Uncle" by the first gas stop. Thankfully the Harley shifts well, with positive engagement and easy clutch actuation.