I've had mine for a year and a half now and love the handling. Took a few days to get used to. Could it be better? Of course. Always room for improvement. Is it heavy in the corners at speed on hilly s curves roads? Of course. But once you learn how to balance the bike, use your body to lean correctly, you learn its actually quite a bit more nimble than everyone thinks. I bought it knowing it is not going to corner like my friend's R1 and that's fine. I wanted a muscle cruiser that was fast and reasonably good at cornering. No complaints here.
2014 Cross Country (Two-Tone Suede Supersteel & Black) Chrome D&D exhaust, Power Commander V, Lloydz air intake, Klockwerks tinted flare windshield.
*sold*2008 Jackpot (color midnight cherry with a ton of mods)