Though the 10 bikes fit into the same class, they fall in different styling categories. The most predominant is the fat look, which is best given its name by the Fat Boy, but perhaps best embodied by Suzuki's 1500 LC. Others that fit in this category are the Kawasaki Classics and the Yamaha Road Star, with the Drifter expressing a tangential version of this look. Broad saddles, fat tanks with instruments atop them, floorboards, plump 16-inch tires, thick-legged fork tubes and wide fenders are the hallmarks of this style. At the opposite end of the big twin styling spectrum is the Intruder 1400, with its stretched, narrow, chopperesque look. It has a taller front wheel with long, thin fork tubes, a small tank and a narrow seat, ending with the only backrest of the bunch. Another look, seen on the Super Glide and V92SC, appears a bit more aggressive and purposeful, the sporting sub-theme showing up in footpegs, long, flattened saddles, low handlebars and other features aimed at making them work on winding roads. The Excelsior is perhaps closest to the wide look, but reflects some of the attitude and function of the sportier cruisers also.