After a powerful PowerPoint presentation, my wife finally gave in and let me get a motorcycle. For my first motorcycle, went out and got a 2019 Indian Scout Bobber in Thunder Black. I took the Motorcycle Foundation Safety (MSF) course and received my "M" endorsement about a month ago. For someone with no real road experience, this was a great course to teach the basics. I'm still not completely comfortable with slow speed maneuvering and try to practice in empty parking lots when I can find the time, but I've put about 1k miles on my bike in the last month and absolutely love it. As with anyone and a new motorcycle, stock just isn't enough. Here are the current modifications: Brass Balls (OKC company by the way) leather grips Joker Machines mini floorboards Kuryakyn shift and brake pegs Fox performance shocks (stock shocks are pretty rough) Corbin custom solo saddle in bomber gray (stock seat is also pretty rough) The shocks and seat make a big difference. Before putting them on, getting a tiny bit of air would cause my butthole to pucker up. These make a big difference. I'm not done with the mods. I just purchased a Memphis Shades fairing/windscreen. These should arrive just in time to install them this weekend. In addition to some less exciting mods (solo luggage rack/bag, brake/clutch levers, radiator guard), I'm still trying to determine if I want a whole new exhaust system (or maybe just slip on mufflers). Aesthetically, the stock mufflers are comically long. While I would like a deeper "rumble" at low RPMs/idle, I don't want to piss off neighbors with obnoxiously loud pipes. Baffles would help but probably not enough. I'm not sure if I can justify such an expensive purchase just for aesthetics. One thing I love about motorcycles is that while I'm not the most mechanically gifted person, a motorcycle is a simple enough machine to allow a lot of fairly low risk tinkering with simple tools. I work on a computer all day so being able to change the oil, perform other basic maintenance, and switch out parts/add accessories is a nice hobby. Anyway, here's my Indian Scout Bobber: Post the pictures!