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The VFR’s DNA goes back two decades, to Honda’s earliest V4 racing engines, and continuing through a model line that set new standards for performance, handling and refinement and won countless awards, not to mention a cult following.
The perfect motorcycle doesn’t exist and it never will. The way we see it, this paragon of two-wheeled virtue would be an enchanted motorcycle, one that magically transforms from sportbike to touring rig to downtown cruiser to economical scooter to trail bike to full-on MX machine at the push of a button whenever setting, circumstances and whimsy dictate.
2010 VFR1200F, the long-awaited follow-up to the previous Interceptor.
Skeletons in the closet, bats in the belfry, and now ghosts in the garage. Honda’s Shadow family of motorcycles has moved to a spookier level for 2010 with the introduction of the new Shadow Phantom, a darkened interpretation of its popular 750cc cruiser.
"The natural upright riding position and spacious, well-padded saddle offer aposture-perfect perch for racking up the miles."
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