Harley-Davidson calls it the “original stripped-down hot-rod bagger,” but however you spin it, that fork-mounted Batwing fairing is iconic. It’s been trolling the highways and byways as one of Harley’s most popular touring machines for almost 15 years, and for 2020, it leaves well enough alone, with a Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine as the sole powerplant option, though it adds ABS as a standard feature. Fairing and locking hard bags aside, you’ll also find some other ride-enhancing elements here too, like a Boom! Box 4.3 infotainment system, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, and a Showa Dual Bending Valve fork up front to absorb bigger hits while keeping the tire firmly planted. Touring riders and urban profilers alike have traditionally gravitated to the Street Glide, which offers plenty of room for a passenger out back, as well as a good starting point for many a customizing project.