Excuse me for not thinking that a Harley custom, a streetfighter, and an ADV are that big of a deal. It's just that there's nothing too radical about the bikes themselves—except that they're Harley-Davidsons that aren't cruisers, baggers, bobbers, or choppers. Harley isn't making a revolutionary move, it's merely making a play for segments it hasn't recently invested in. And in these markets it'll join Honda, KTM, BMW, Yamaha, Suzuki, and other players. Not with a full model lineup, but with the start of one.