We had an opportunity to ride the 2017 Indian Roadmaster with Ride Command at this past week’s Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, and we were pleasantly surprised. At first look, that big trunk and ultra-padded passenger seat with partial armrests would seem to convey a top-heaviness that might leave the rider with a constant need to fight gravity. But an all-day ride on the back roads through the Black Hills with a passenger proved to have the opposite effect.
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