I'll assume you're talking about the XR1200X? That's the closest thing Harley makes to a motorcycle. I test rode one at Sturgis last year.
Comparing it to a Verseys? That's like comparing a '78 Mercury to a Subaru WRX. The XR1200 is a good effort by Harley but it's still just a Harley. It's heavy. It handles heavy. The engine doesn't spin fast enough to really stabilize the bike like we're used to. The suspension on the 1200 is nice. It's got lots of tractor-like power, a lot more than the Verseys and it keeps pulling hard until well over 100mph. I had it up to 110. But the throttle response is a ton slower because it's just a Harley. In a road race, the Verseys would walk all over it. On the track at Telladega, the XR1200 would walk all over the Verseys. 2 completely different animals.
Was that any help to you?