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2008-05-21 1999 Honda Shadow Ace Cruisers View Listings

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Between my husband and I, we have logged over 116,000 miles on this bike and it has not had a top end done on it yet. This bike is the best platform to customize and is quite affordable. The lines that grace this bike are awesome, she vibrates quite a bit, and is a blast to ride.
- Amber Ross, Casa Grande, Arizona

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2007-07-15 1999 Honda Shadow Ace Cruisers View Listings

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I recently purchased a 1999 Honda Shadow Ace 1100 with 22k mi. My last bike was a Honda Elsinore MT250. This is my 4th bike, although it has been awhile since my last bike. About 20 years! Caught the fever again after my son bought a Buell Blast. Was really looking for a 650 Vstar or a 750 Shadow but a salesperson told me that they would not put out enough power for 2 up riding, so I decided to go with something bigger. Was a little intimidated by the size at first, I'm not a very big guy! But after a week of riding around the neighborhood, I now feel very comfortable with the 1100. Took a few times to get used to letting out the clutch really slow. I am a truck driver and am used to just letting out the clutch on a Kenworth, and it goes. This is a really fun bike to ride. I really like the styling, seems like an older style bike. I always liked the Indian Chiefs and the look of older Harleys, but the prices on those are a little out of my budget for right now. Maybe someday, but for now this is a very classic looking bike. Mine is black and red with wide white walls. Because of the single pin crank, this thing sounds just like a Harley. Lawsuit, I know, but whatever. I didn't build it, I just love the way it sounds! Especially since someone put Vance and Hines pipes on it. The neighbors must really be loving me now. Anyway, I am so glad I went with a bigger bike. Probably will never have to upgrade. Basically this is just such a nice looking bike, that I spend a lot of my time just looking at it in the garage. Although riding it is a blast!
- cwcole2, Greenwood, Indiana

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2002-05-28 1999 Honda Shadow Ace Cruisers View Listings

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This is the first larger displacement motorcycle that I have purchased and I feel the it was worth every penny. My original ride was a 1986 Honda Shadow VT700C. While the 700 was nimble and quick, I wanted something that had better two-up capability and able to carry a full compliment of luggage. So I went on an information search and decided I wanted something in the 1100cc range. On a whim I stopped at a local dealer and asked about used cruisers. He pointed out a 99 Shadow ACE 1100. It fit my criteria in both looks and price so I began to consider it. Well, needless to say, I bought it. It is an awesome ride. The engine does not have great amounts of horsepower but it does have great torque and very smooth power band. It has a long wheelbase and weighs in at about 600lbs. dry. For a cruiser of this size it is very gentle and responsive. No straining to get this cruiser to turn. The day I took it out to get familiar with it I decided to take a ride in all different types of traffic conditions. Side streets, back roads, bumper to bumper traffic and the highway. It was comfortable, controllable and predictable in all conditions. As is with most Honda cruisers, the engine is all but bullet proof. Regularly secheduled maintenance will keep in running for thousands of worry free miles. Bottom, this is a larger displacement cruiser with long, low looks and is as much fun to ride as smaller cruisers with a price tag that won't break the bank. One other thing that makes this cruiser so attractive is the aftermarket support for it. From exhausts, to lighting and everything in between, there is an option to fit your taste. I highly recommend it.
- Michael, Scranton, Pennsylvania

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