#1 Harley-Davidson Wide Glide
With 135 degrees, the Wide Glide is the clear winner when it comes to knee angle (although according to Cycle-Ergo.com, the 2008 WG scored an eye-popping 149). It’s also commonly regarded as one of the most comfortable cruisers on the market, and for that reason the Wide Glide is number one on our list.
It’s long. It’s low. It’s cool. It’s got a sissy bar, beefy triple clamps and forks. Best of all, its wide, flat seat is 26.8 inches off the ground, so the rider sits pretty high for a low-slung chopperesque cruiser. Combine that lofty perch with forward controls and a drag bar, and the Wide Glide is the ideal bike for riders 6 feet and taller.