Still more words will go toward explaining—or explaining away—sub-par details that betray the price point build (the Street 500 sells for just $6799; the 750 is $7499). The galvanized swingarm bolts and rear axle hardware look sourced from Harbor Freight, the stamped foot controls from a lawn tractor, and so much exposed wiring with fragile-looking, Playskool-colored plastic connectors are disappointing from a company famous for fine fit-and-finish. From further away, however, the Street is a handsome motorcycle, with clean, category-defying styling—Is it a cruiser? A standard? A sporty naked?—that makes it a perfect canvas for customization, suitable to build a café racer, street tracker, scrambler, or, yawn, even an old-school chopper.