Our version of cross-border terrorism took us from Harley's hometown of Milwaukee to the Victory's home state of Minnesota. The first 100 miles from The Brew City to Green Bay were all slab, and demonstrated immediately that the Kingpin and Cross Bones are both mostly unfit for long-distance, high-speed touring. Feet-forward riding positions provide the proper thug profile around town, but they're painful at highway speeds. The Victory is more comfortable, but not by much. Its saddle is accommodating with decent lumbar support, and a lower, pullback handlebar almost keeps your arms out of the wind. Forward-mounted floorboards prevent your legs from offering any support, however, sending road shock straight up your spine.