The new KRGT-1 wears its improvements well, but those come at a price: a hefty $85,000. For that kind of cash, a motorcycle better get its styling spot-on, and the KRGT-1 is definitely a conversation starter. It’s elegant and distinctive, using a combo of mostly billet aluminum, steel, carbon fiber, and a smattering of chrome and blacked-out accents to achieve a refined but dynamic look (each owner can further request certain other cosmetic and aesthetic options). Carrying the visual torch is that uniquely arched top frame tube to which the reshaped billet fuel tank (actually two halves) is mounted. The stubby tailsection also gets new lines, and up front, the screen/cowling has been reshaped to fit the new dash panel. The massive 124ci S&S V-twin sits center stage, and a 240mm rear tire backs up the musclebike theme, with an overall silhouette that radiates brute power. Even if Arch calls the design retro-modern, we see some combo of café racer, speedster, and part cruiser. This may be a high-end luxury boutique motorcycle but it never stoops to looking garish or contrived—no rattlesnake grips or ostrich leather seats here.