Check out the 114ci Softail Heritage Classic!!! This bike projects a purposeful no-frills appearance that forgoes shiny distractions that can blind one’s measure of a bike’s performance, handling, and functionality. Powered by the 114", air-/oil-cooled twin that is producing more than 100 pound-feet of torque The mighty mill is backed up by the 6-speed transmission. A good twist of throttle in any gear unleashes linear acceleration and a very hearty exhaust note thanks to the Vance & Hines exhaust. New style LED lighting to light up the road. New is the Fob-sensing keyless ignition. This is a convenience on the FLHCS. It still has the traditional key locked steering-head lock, but the key is now a quarter-turn conventional-style key. The old style barrel key is gone. I like the new larger LCD multi-function display integrated into the lower portion of the boldface speedometer located on the fuel tank console. Clean look, and easy to see. Now, one can now more read engine rpm, tripmeter, or fuel range remaining at a glance. The LCD features a fuel-level bar graph and gear position indicator that both remain persistent as you toggle through the other functions with the left thumb switch. The cruise control is simple to operate, and works well. Mid-height ape bars are comfortably positioned and angled correctly, the saddle is oh-so plush, and the floorboards rock. All-day ergonomics, storage, and wind protection top the list. Its hard-formed “sagless” leather saddlebags provide a deep rectangular cavity that appears capable of consuming a 12-can case of PBR (not that I tried) and has a locking flip lid for blue-ribbon security. Harley has done it with the FLHCS. This one has only 2,925 miles on it. Ready to go for a ride, this bike is!!!