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2007-08-03 2005 Honda VTX 1800N Motorcycles View Listings

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Well I have had this bike for a few weeks and had the opportunity to ride it a few times. My first tank was 42 mpg. Not bad for a machine that still needs to be broke in! Other than the quiet pipes I love it. I added the Ultimate Low Rider Seat, the neo back rest and performance windshield and it looks awesome! I have had people drool over it and they were upset that they bought a smaller bike and paid the same amount!
- Ray Baumgardner, Arlington, Washington

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2007-04-23 2005 Honda VTX 1800N Motorcycles View Listings

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Yeah - this bike will take your breath away! First of all - the 'N' model is rare and I think the look of that rear fender makes it one of the best looking cruisers available. Order the BLUE paint, and people will come over and comment about the bike EVERY time you go out. Twist deep into the throttle and this bike pulls like a jet taking off at full power. The adreneline rush from that - is heart-pounding addictive!! And she has fantastic brakes to match. The hydraulic clutch is so easy to pull that your friends will be jealous if they try it, and it feather's very easily. Size? It's HUGE, and that has advantages and disadvantages. It comfortably loafs on the highway, but the surprise is how well it handles. Point it and lean and she goes exactly where you look, and returns to upright with no effort at all. Slow speed manuveurs take serious practice (practicing the exercises in RIDE LIKE A PRO DVD by Jerry Paladino took care of that). The bike feels (and is) very top heavy. BUT - once you get used to it and get used to handling the size of the bike, you don't notice it anymore. Like any other motorcycle the stock seat needs upgrading, but other than that the bike is very comfortable. I made it 'perfect' for me with the upgrades listed below. Bottom line: TOO MUCH FUN!!!!
- Al Gears, Aurora, Colorado

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