OK, I didn't blow my retirement fund on a $15K+ cruiser. Here's the story. I rode over to Cycle Gear looking for a tail bag for my Like. I found one that I can mount to the back part of the seat and still open the seat up. Since Cycle Gear is near Freedom Powersports I figured I'd go see what they had in the showroom. I sat on a Z125 and a Grom and decided I fit better on the Z125. My next bike will be a dual sport to replace the KLR when I sell it but someday I would like to get tiny motorcycle. It just so happened that this was out in the parking lot. Indian had their fleet of demo bikes. I couldn't turn down the chance to ride some Indians so I signed up. They had a few mile course set up. Once you sign up you can ride the course to your hearts content and ride as many bikes as you want. I'm not really a cruiser guy but I have always liked the looks of the Scout. 533 pounds dry and 100 horsepower should make for an entertaining ride. I decided to ride the scout bobber. It took me about 50 feet to realize that this was not a comfortable bike. Forward pegs and forward bars fold you up like a pretzel. I was ready to get off after the few mile ride. Other than the riding position it was a nice bike with a great motor. Time to try another bike with a better riding position. I rode the black one with more conventional handlebars. The riding position was much mo betta. The best looking bike they had IMO was this blue one. I have never been a fan of floorboards but I decided to try this one. So I took it out. The floorboards were surprisingly comfortable. If I win the lottery I could see buying one of these. They had some of the bigger Indians there to ride but I just wasn't in the mood to ride a 9,000 pound behometh. Then I got on my tiny scooter and rode home It does seem to ride a bit better with the new City Grip on the back.