If you’re not putting a windscreen on your bike, the forward lean might be cancelled out by the windblast at highway speeds. We’d recommend riding the stock bike on the open road before making any decisions. Bikes often feel better at speed than in the showroom. If you still feel like the bike is too stretched out, first try bar-backs. GenMar (www.zianet.com/GenMar) makes a set for the Bonneville that moves the stock bar up 1 ¼ inches and back ¾ in., and works with the stock cables, wiring, and brake hose. If that’s not enough you’re looking at a new handlebar. Make sure the cables, switch wiring, and brake hose are long enough to reach without binding at full right or left steering lock, and the throttle cables have the recommended free play. You might have to reroute some of the cables and wires, and get a longer brake hose, so they reach.