Anyone know a better way to define "wretched excess" than with a 142-cubic-inch, three-cylindered behemoth? Jim Feuling (builder of the record-setting, 330-plus-mph Feuling streamliner motorcycle in 1997) calls this beast the W-3, and it's exactly what it seems: a 45-degree V-twin with a third cylinder grafted on the front, also at 45 degrees. Feuling R&D; was originally hired by Harley-Davidson to explore the concept, but when H-D balked at the outcome, Feuling went ahead and finished a running prototype for himself. The result? A bike that-because it's clothed in basic H-D type hardware and architecture-looks both familiar and realistic, yet completely unexpected.