After a surprisingly chill reveal, the Challenger looks to be to Harley's Road Glide what the Chieftain is to their Street Glide. I tried a number of Indian models while I was at Sturgis, and spent the week on a Springfield Dark Horse. A fully faired model would've been a better choice for the 80 mph highways, and a short ride on a Chieftain proved to be that better choice. The existence of both the Street and Road Glide models proves that there is a market for both fixed and "batwing" fairings, and the Challenger will give Indian a fixed fairing offering as well. Its PowerPlus V-twin engine looks to be a serious gem as well. I could definitely see myself going coast-to-coast on a Challenger.