Page 1 of 3 (9 items)
Prev
[1]
2
3
Next
Ordered these for my Haley-Davidson 2017 Street Glide and they are awesome. I mentioned I heard about about them on WRN and they gave me the 15% discount. They arrived no fuss to my Canadian address in less than a week. Had my mechanic hubby install. He said it was remarkably easy to install. I am so happy with these! They brought the controls almost a full inch closer for me. Also a lot lower than the stiff stock levers that the bike came with. Thank you so much for the recommendation. It has made the world of difference.

Theresa
Whitby, ON, Canada
Friday, June 1, 2018
Thanks for the legwork Genevieve. I have also been doing some research, and got in touch with Nice Cycles and they say that this -- http://www.nicecycle.com/Honda-Motorcycle-Levers-p/adj%20lever%2091-16.htm -- will fit all year Honda Shadow VT750s and I asked specifically about the Phantom and they said it should fit. Also waiting to hear back from another company MotoSports.com to see if they have adjustable levers that fit the Phantom specifically.

You would think there'd be lots of aftermarket levers for all different brands/models, especially for Honda, but I'm finding that I chose yet another tough bike for aftermarket parts. My first bike a 2008 Yamaha V Star 250, was even tougher for parts as not even Yamaha carried the parts, and aftermarket was little to none.

As always, keep up the great advice on WRN. I love reading all the stories and tips from other women riders!

Natalie
Edison, NJ
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Thanks for the legwork Genevieve. I have also been doing some research, and got in touch with Nice Cycles and they say that this -- http://www.nicecycle.com/Honda-Motorcycle-Levers-p/adj%20lever%2091-16.htm -- will fit all year Honda Shadow VT750s and I asked specifically about the Phantom and they said it should fit. Also waiting to hear back from another company MotoSports.com so see if they have adjustable levers that fit the Phantom specifically.

You would think there'd be lots of aftermarket levers for all different brands/models, especially for Honda, but I'm finding that I chose yet another tough bike for aftermarket parts. My first bike a 2008 Yamaha V Star 250, was even tougher for parts as not even Yamaha carried the parts, and aftermarket was little to none.

As always, keep up the great advice on WRN. I love reading all the stories and tips from other women riders!

Natalie
Edison, NJ
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
I was going through your articles looking for this one and wondered if you have reviews or have provided a list of other companies that may make adjustable or reduced reached levers (both clutch and brake) for non-Harley bikes. I have a 2012 Honda Shadow Phantom, but am having issues with the reach, esp on the clutch side. Welcome any suggestions from WRN and its readers with smaller hands, shorter fingers. I've been doing internet searches but coming up a bit blank. Thank you ladies. Keep the shiny side up!

Natster
Edison, NJ
Monday, May 11, 2015
Editor Response
I got in touch with the folks at Hog Leverage and this is their response: "Our 'Honda guru' says he thinks that adjustable levers from a CBR of approximately the same year might work. I got online and aftermarketcycles.com and it shows some Shadow-specific ones. Might be worth investigating. Check online forums as well."
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
Page 1 of 3 (9 items)
Prev
[1]
2
3
Next