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I ride a 2007 C2 and I love it.With my height of 1.70m I changed to a Mustang seat to prevent back pain (on long ride). Germany has beautiful countryside with plenty of curvy winehill roads which are fun traveling with this bike. The Autobahn for the high speed ride is just as nice (will have to consider a windshield though).

Overall I like the feeling this bike gives me riding it. And the looks you get parking this big toy which is so easy to handle but yet looks so huge.

Birgit Mc Cray
Baumholder, Germany
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Can you tell me the exact windshield that's on this bike?

Manuel
Martin, SD
Monday, March 29, 2010
Editor Response
Since this was a Honda press launch of this model, it's safe to say this is a Honda aftermarket windshield, one designed to fit this specific model.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I have been riding for years and have had many bikes both large and small. I wanted to buy a bike that would be just right for riding through the beautiful but winding canyon roads in the Utah back country. I have always loved the looks of the Shadow Spirit 750 but I don't really like chain driven bikes. When the C2 came out I was still concerned about it having enough power being I' 5 feet 11 inches and 185 pounds. I rode a friend's C2 and was very pleasantly surprised. I bought a used 07 with 3000 miles on it. I love this bike. It has plenty of power and low-end torque. Almost as much as my 99 Aero 1100. My only complaint is the seat isn't very comfortable on long rides. You won't be sorry if you choose this bike!

Jeff Crosier
Cedar Hills, UT
Sunday, May 31, 2009
I started riding back in college at about 20 years old. There were very few women riders that I knew or even saw when I was out on the road. How things have changed in almost 30 years.

My husband convinced me just this past year that I needed a newer, more reliable bike than the one I was currently riding (an 82 Honda Magna that I loved but was starting to have carb troubles). I started looking and found several bikes I thought would suit my needs. I waffled between the Vulcan 900 and the Honda Spirit. My hubby wanted me to also consider the new V Star 900. hat one wasn't a choice for me because of the width of the seat and bike in general. It just wasn't a good feel.

Once again my hubby thought I would look good on the Vulcan, but it was taller and a bit heavier which made me a bit leary. My decision was the Spirit and what a bike. It's perfect for my rides to school (I teach). The students think it's just awesome and oh so cool. This bike is the perfect all around bike. It's light and nimble, easy to move in town, but with plenty of get up and go on the open road. It's a blast in the hills and I've never had a problem keeping up with my husband on his 1100 V Star. It's a great mid-sized bike that will take you anywhere you want to go and in style. My bike is the new 2008 Spirit and I'm an average size rider at 5 feet 6.

Anne Anderson
Denair, CA
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
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