With a class-leading 21-gallon capacity for each saddlebag, the Victory can carry more cargo, even without the optional top racks fitted to our testbike. With a class-leading 580-pound total load capacity, the Victory can carry more human cargo, too-an important consideration if you and your riding partner are sized like the average Midwesterner. Both bikes offer armchair ergonomics with your feet outstretched on long, broad floorboards and an easy reach to comfortable pullback bars. Smaller riders will prefer the Street Glide. The rangier Victory demands a longer reach to higher, wider bars. Even without a real windscreen, the Harley's Batwing fairing blocks plenty of air, though buffeting is a bother at highway speeds. Our Victory was fitted with an optional, $350 tall touring windscreen that blocked plenty of air and eliminated buffeting, but made a direct comparison impossible.