Most of the bikes had a sort of mild cruiser riding position, with your feet slightly in front of you, which most riders found pleasing, although the Guzzi's pegs were slightly higher than some liked. The Triumph varied from this norm on the sportbike end with its mild sporting position. It puts your feet beneath you and cants your body forward slightly to reach the low bars on modest risers. Your feet are the most forward on the Victory -- although most riders felt that the peg position, particularly in conjunction with the forward handlebar, was awkward. When combined with a saddle that firmly limits how far back you can slide, the pegs and bar gave the Victory the least-popular riding position. The Harley saddle also restrains you, though most riders declared the position to their liking. With their flat saddles, the Jackal and T-Bird Sport allow movement and therefore suit most builds. The Magna is the least roomy, but no one complained about feeling cramped. Thanks to its new saddle and handlebar, the BMW riding position found favor with all. Most liked the Valkyrie, which is roomy enough to let you squirm around also. Only smaller riders found it slightly bulky.