Tuesday, September 02, 2014

2004 Honda VT 750 Shadow Aero reviews

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  • 2004 Honda Shadow Aero 750 (Motorcycle-usa.com)

    2004 Honda Shadow Aero 750

    Model(s) covered: 2004 Honda VT 750 Shadow Aero

    While the displacement wars rage on in the heavy cruiser market, with the Big Four trying to outdo each other, and now Triumph is promoting piston envy, it's good to remember that there is still a lot going on in the middleweight category, which now is really considered entry level. In fact, despite Honda's recent 1300cc and 1800cc VTX launches in the V-Twin category, and their 1800cc, six cylinder Gold Wing and Rune offerings, the largest sales segment for Honda street bikes has been in the 750cc lineup.

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  • 2004 Honda VT750 Shadow Aero - Classic Analog Sense in a Digital World (Onewheeldrive.net)

    2004 Honda VT750 Shadow Aero - Classic Analog Sense in a Digital World

    Model(s) covered: 2004 Honda VT 750 Shadow Aero

    The bike is sitting there in the parking lot, purring to itself in a quiet manner foreign to most big twins. Which is fair enough, because at 750cc the Honda Shadow Aero isn’t exactly a huge thumping, vibing mass of old iron, it’s something from an altogether different caste - an entry-level bang for the buck cruiser.
    Pulling out of the parking lot was a revelation on the Aero, if this simple act allows for such things. The Aero at a standstill looks big, long, low, and lean in its chrome and deco-inspired glory, but sit on it and that perception changes.

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