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Had a Honda 350 ages ago. Now retired, I thought I'd get a cruiser. When I saw this Honda Aero it was love at first sight. I'm the third geezer to own it, which is why it only has 3,000 miles. I love the seating position. However, how do you keep the bike from tipping over when you have to stop? It seems like the slightest bit of lean when you're checking traffic on a cross streets starts a tipover that's irrecoverable. I've had numerous Angels of Mercy happen across my predicament and stop to bail me out. It's hard for me to believe other user comments about the bike's balance. Am I doing something wrong or do I need training wheels?


Richard Gray
Winston Salem, NC
Monday, August 29, 2016
Editor Response
Richard, make sure that when you are stopped that your front wheel is pointed straight ahead and the handlebar is "squared off." Stopping (and slowing) with the wheel turned, on any motorcycle, causes the bike to lean to one side and want to fall over.

If you don't have the physical strength to hold the bike up with the handlebars turned slightly, you may want to consider a smaller, lighter motorcycle or a trike.
Tricia Szulewski, Assistant Editor
I bought a used 2006 Honda Aero as my first bike about a year ago. Wow! I love it. It fits me to a tee (I'm 5 feet 8 inches) and I don't care what anyone thinks, not that it matters because I get compliments from everyone. My brother rides a Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic and he loves my "little Honda." It's tangerine/black, and is accessorized with a windshield, light bar, Vance & Hines pipes, bags, backrest, highway bars, LEDs, floorboards, and more. It looks as good as any bike on the road in my humble opinion. It's definitely not just a "girls bike." No offense intended.

Michael
Carlyle, IL
Thursday, January 7, 2016
I have a 2004 Aero an I love it! This bike has travelled about 8,000 miles with me and as a rider of about one year, every mile has been a pleasure. Plus the maintenance (or should I say lack of) for these models is fantastic! Just follow the recommended maintenance schedule and you too will love this bike!

R1verat
Hermann, MO
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
I bought a 2007 from a friend of mine. Had a Harley Dyna Low Rider and I enjoy this bike better. It holds two people better, not that I didn't enjoy the Harley. Still want another, but this Aero is an awesome bike. I have had not one problem with this bike.

Rick Pistone
Poquoson, VA
Thursday, October 30, 2014
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