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2003-08-06 1995 Honda VF750C Motorcycles View Listings

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The bike is a rocket on wheels yet nimble, agile. It truly is I believe one of the best cruisers ever built. My buddies are frustrated when mine blows away their 1100 VStars,Vulcans and goldwings. Valkyre's are a challenge though I think they may even be able to take the Magna. NOT by much though. (and YES I have had a go at it) Vmax's don't count.
- Karl, London, Ontario

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2001-09-10 1995 Honda VF750C Motorcycles View Listings

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from the moment that i tried it out, i knew it was the best cruiser. first impression was the great handling an good looks. ive owned many bikes but never two of the same model. when my 94 Magna was totaled in a mishap, i wasted no time buying another Magna. i dig my 95 Magna more than the 94 because of the mini fairing. i put 7,000 miles on it since June 01 with no problems. rode it from Cols. OH. to Deal's Gap and the Blue Ridge Parkway. 1,750 miles in six days. ran perfect and handled excellent for a cruise. don't be fooled into buying a v-twin. V-4 is just so much better....
- Motorpsycho Jim, Cols, Ohio

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2001-01-09 1995 Honda VF750C Motorcycles View Listings

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I'm not aware of any other bike that gives you this much bang for the buck. It's reliable, powerful, quick/fast, not ugly, cheap to insure (considering the performance, nimble (for a 500 pound bike), and reasonably comfortable. I've had a 94 model for 4 years and own a few other newer bikes (2 Harleys and a KLR650 dual sport). There are a few nits to consider. The cam on the first year model makes a ticking sound, which the dealer claims isn't harmful and will not shorten engine life (You can look up service bulletin number 1 on Honda's site.) The engine is exceptionally smooth and power is linear. When you get the revs up, it's a hoot! The clutch isn't grabby and requires very little lever force to operate. While the brakes are adequate, I find the front a little soft at times and the rear drum difficult to modulate compared to the rear disks on my other bikes. While I don't like the brakes, they are reasonably effective and reliable. The small fuel tank limits your range and the fuel economy isn't great (low 30's), but the bike goes like a bat! Consider a windscreen. This bike seems to channel air into your torso and face rather than try to split it above and around you. Finally, I've kept the bike mostly for my newbie 18 year old son to ride. I have a better cruiser and a touring bike. The Magna is an odd duck. It's capable of doing anything (cruise, tour, twisties), but does nothing exceptionally well. On the other hand, if you don't have much to spend and can own only one bike, you can do alot worse than a Magna. I'm due to add a more sporty bike to the fleet.
- Tom Cover, USA

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2000-12-26 1995 Honda VF750C Motorcycles View Listings

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I purchased a 1996 red Magna with only 300 miles on it last year for $3000. The bike is very reliable and makes a good cruiser for 300 to 500 mile weekend trips. I use the bike as an occasional "escape" into the Florida Keys. It is somewhat important to add a windshield and highway pegs for comfort. The engine is rock solid and requires little more than preventive maintenance. Not a bad little bike for some weekend fun. All in all I have no complaints after putting 5000 miles on this quick little 750cc.
- Michael Schelb, Boca Raton, FL

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2000-05-11 1995 Honda VF750C Motorcycles View Listings

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MY FIRST CRUISER WAS A 1995 HONDA MAGNA 750C IN PEARL YELLOW. I HAD HEARD THAT THIS BIKE WAS A CLOSE RELATIVE OF THE HONDA 750VFR, BUT I didn't REALIZE HOW CLOSE. THE BIKE WILL BLOW ANY OTHER CRUISER OFF THE LINE EXCEPT THE YAMAHA V-MAX WHICH IS MORE OF AN UGLY SPORT BIKE THAN A CHROMED-OUT CRUISER. THE MAGNA IS EXTREMELY QUICK (12.2 IN THE QUARTER), HANDLES LIKE A SPORT BIKE, AND TURNS HEADS LIKE A BUXOM BLONDE IN DAISY DUKES. I HAVE RACED EVERY CAR IMAGINABLE ON THIS BIKE. FROM FERRARIS TO PORSCHES TO ALL TYPES OF MUSCLE CARS. PEOPLE ARE AMAZED AT HOW QUICK THIS BIKE REALLY IS. THE FIRST THING I DID WAS RIP THE BAFFLES OUT OF THE FOUR INTO FOUR EXHAUST AND STRIPPED OFF THE REFLECTORS AND SIGNALS. THE 4 CARB 4 CYLINDER ENGINE ROARED LIKE A HARLEY BUT didn't LEAK LIKE ONE AND I didn't NEED A SECOND MORTGAGE TO BUY IT ($3,500). IT HAS LOTS OF CHROME AND HAS ONE OF THE MOST COMFORTABLE SEATS I HAVE EVER HAD THE JOY OF PLACING MY POOPER ON. THE NEGATIVE SIDES ARE THE BRAKES. THE FRONT IS A SINGLE DISC AND THE REAR IS A DRUM. THE BRAKES ARE QUITE MUSHY AND NEED SOME DISTANCE TO STOP THIS BEAST. I SWITCHED OVER TO A STEEL BRAIDED LINE IN THE FRONT WHICH HELPED A BIT, BUT I STILL CAN'T GET THE BEAST TO STOP QUICK ENOUGH TO SCARE ANY UNSUSPECTING PEDESTRIANS. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BIKE TO ANYONE WANTING THE BEST OF BOTH THE CRUISER WORLD AND THE SPORTBIKE WORLD. IF YOU NEED MORE INFO. CHECK OUT WWW.MAGNARIDERS.COM. ENJOY AND HANG ON TIGHT!!!
- NICKY ZITO, Los Angeles, California

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