Honda Shadow Aero 750
Under the Seat
The water-cooled, 750cc V-twin power plant packs more power than one would expect, making this 519lb cruiser a force to be reckoned with. Its clutch is smooth, its acceleration is crisp, and its throttle response is immediate. The bike’s comfort features include a seat height of less than 26”—making even shorter riders feel lanky—and the foot pegs and handlebars are naturally and conveniently placed. The styling is long and low, for that “slammed” look, making this capable cruiser as nice to look at as it is to ride.
Background on the Bike
The Honda Shadow 750 Aero emerged as Honda’s sole middleweight V-twin offering of the 2004 season, when Honda scrapped the 750cc A.C.E. and the 750 Spirit. Since then, the Aero 750 has maintained its reputation as a capable, versatile, low-maintenance motorcycle.
Big Screen Debut
The smaller sibling the Aero 50, can be seen in Jailbait and Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol.
Video Of The Honda Shadow Aero 750
|Engine||Liquid Cooled V Twin|
|Fuel Capacity||3.7 gallons|
|Miles per Gallon||48 hwy / 38 city|
|Seat Height||25.9 inches|