My 2015 Classic has been extremely fun to ride. I've found that it's HP and torque have been fine for riding in and around the twisty mountain roads where I live. This year I've made the leap to changing the rear shock to the Ohlins and the cartridges to the Andreani's. Once I adjusted the bike's sag, dropped the triple tree on the forks a couple of mm's and tinkered with the tire pressure, the little Classic is much, much livelier. The bike tips in effortlessly, maintains it's line and the ride has become practically butter smooth. I've always upgraded the suspension on all my bikes, but this was possibly the most notable change I've ever felt.