Settling into the Voyager's soft, dished 28.7 inch tall seat, I instantly remembered how well this bike fit me the first time I sat in it. There's not a lot of rear-end cushioning, but it's humanely situated, and with a low center of gravity, shoving off was a nerve-free affair. I realize I'm a short human (5'7"), and that the rider's triangle on the Voyager is considered to be compact, especially for a touring motorcycle. But it fit me to a tee, and I'd be the one riding it for the next 3 days. Coupled with an upright riding position and a blissfully short reach to the bars, the close-in floorboards also allowed for more immediate control and input (at least in my case; I remembered that most of the six-footers that rode this thing on our test said the ergonomics felt cramped over long hauls).