The Stryker looks the part. Styled by American design house GKDI, it cuts the correct, raked-out, Pro Street profile, though the kinked pipes and fender stays look cartoonish. Internal oil and cooling lines disguise the engine, while "revolver-slit" details on the gauge cluster and other metal trim add some high-end appeal. Too bad more time wasn't spent hiding the horn and charcoal canister, artlessly tacked to the right and left footpegs, respectively. Three available metal-flake colors—red, blue and, for slightly less money, black-are attractive, if conservative for a chopper. Star/Yamaha logos are minimal and above the clear coat for easy removal. Not so those tribal flames, a look that's so 20th century.