The thing I like the most about this bobber is that the frame was stripped to bare metal and then it was clean coated. That raw look of the frame is amazing. This bobber does have the front fender which technically does not make it a bobber but in some states you are required to have a front fender and in others you are not. In Utah where I live you have to have the front fender to pass inspection. I like the riser bars and the clean look of the bobber. The tank art and the paint job of the metallic flake under the paint to bring out the paint. I am not sure how I feel about the floor boards, most bobber motorcycles do not have floor boards but I have seen some that do and they work well. The two into one exhaust is nice but I wish that it stayed flat black the entire pipe, I think that was a disservice to this bobber.
I like the solo seat, it looks comfortable for long trips and I do not think would induce pressure points. There is a lot of chrome on this bobber and that makes me think twice as well as I hate to polish chrome. I am impressed by the weld lines that you can see by the seat, they are consistent through the entire motorcycle. Overall I wish this bobber was in my garage. This bobber is missing one thing for me, it is missing a right side tail light and for that it gets a 4.9 out of 5. I do not know how a small safety thing could be missed. I do know that in most states you only need one tail light but no matter what I do like to see one on both sides.