Death or Glory drop seat rigid. 2100cc’s of air-cooled V-twin stuffed into a Detroit Bros gooseneck frame The hand formed aluminum seat low enough to decapitate quizitive roadside squirrels. Suspended by an Ohlins front and an Ohlins rear, the D/G rides like a straight line American dream. In the vein of our Midwest upbringing, where anything more curved than ruler is best left in the closet. The ability to turn bikes, as we’ve found through countless hours of research, is highly overrated. Ground clearance and functioning brakes are also non essentials, best left as accouterments on ‘fancy’ Japanese models. No, in America we like our machinery overpowered and underthought. Performance that can be measured a quarter mile at a time. Anything longer and our miniscule attention spans go into sleep mode. Thankfully bikes like the D/G are within the easy grasp of any blue blooded tax payer.