We may have lost locking, weatherproof bags when we received the Road King Classic, but we got the new-for-2011 PowerPak Twin Cam 103 engine (Which is available only on the Classic version of the Road King, though ABS and security options are offered as part of a separate Security Package on the base model as well). The displacement is bumped up from 96 cubic inches to 103, yielding a claimed 9.6 percent increase in torque. Unfortunately, the engine felt a little sluggish around town—at sea level. As we climbed up through the mountains, though, it seemed to liven up. Low speed rideability was also affected by abrupt clutch engagement. While not annoying, it did provide an occasional distraction from the task at hand. The Harley’s transmission shifted positively, requiring a firm lift of the lever, and was the quietest shifting on our ride.