The basic idea is to visualize each motorcycle ergonomics.
One cool way to use it is to compare a bike that you are used to, with a bike that you are interested in.
I also would like to show some shortcomings that are not readily apparent, like if you compare the Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic 107 with the 114 version, which are essentially the same bike.
- Red lines: horizontal red line is the lowest usable, visible part of the seat and center of the image, vertical red line is the center of the image;
- Green lines: horizontal green line is the inner highest point of the grip, vertical green line is the furthest point of the grip from the seat;
- Yellow lines: horizontal yellow line is the top of the foot peg, vertical yellow line is the center of the foot peg;
- Grey lines: spaced 10 centimeter from each other in each direction, dark greys over seat and grips.
When you compare two to four motorcycles, all of them are aligned by the seat, so you see the difference in distance from your behind to your hands (green lines) and to your feet (yellow lines).