Now that's more like it. Different, yes; but at least it's rideable, albeit better suited to a sidecar tug with the limited angles of lean that seem to be available!.
With apologies to those of you who do ride and build chops, I've never seen the point of trying to create a motorcycle whose stated objective is cruising by making the damn thing as uncomfortable as humanly possible. Harley-Davidson managed that perfectly well with the Ironhead without any help from the custom industry!
Stuff like the radial is just stylistic willy-waving in my opinion. Lots of clever engineering gone into it (and no doubt a sizeable wedge of dollars too) but at the end of the day the thing is not fit for purpose.