Honda Shadow Super Bikes






Honda Shadow Super Bikes
The Honda Shadow refers to a family of cruiser-type motorcycles made by Honda since 1983. The Shadow line features motorcycles with a liquid-cooled 52-degree V-twin ranging from 125cc to 1800cc engine displacement. The 250cc Honda Rebel is associated with the Shadow line in certain markets. The current line of Shadow motorcycles originated from the technical underpinnings of the Honda CX series. In 1983, Honda introduced the Shadow series of motorcycles in an attempt to address the needs of the American cruiser market with the "VT500c" and "VT750c". However, due to tariff restrictions in the United States on imported Japanese bikes over 750 cc, All other offers are known under the VTX or Rebel brands.

The Shadow line remains the smaller V-Twins at Honda, one of the most complete lines of V-twin Cruisers on the market, and arguably the best engineered. Honda Shadow Sabre was introduced, based on the Honda VT1100 engine. The most notable feature was the front cast aluminum wheel. Some models used chain drive, but the shaft drive returned in 2004. 2007 was the final year Honda made the Shadow Sabre.

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