2010 honda shadow phantom – 10 reasons to buy Photo & Video Reviews
Are looking for new bike? If so consider this 2010 Honda shadow phantom review.
The 2010 Honda shadow phantom has great, but surely not overpowering, low-end torque and the unobtrusive 15-inch 10mm back tire puts the greater part of the V-twin’s energy to the ground, after the pole drive takes its share.
The seat of 2010 Honda shadow phantom is exceptionally steady and useful for long rides, making me think a windshield and a few packs could transform this into a light-obligation end of the week visited. A 3.7-gallon gas tank gives the Phantom great range
In rougher conditions, the Phantom holds its poise generally and, in particular, gives you a lot of caution to back off. Nothing happens too rapidly, on account of the fat front tire, 34-degree rake and 64.6-inch wheelbase.
The transmission activity is extraordinary, and missed shifts simply don’t occur. The back drum brake is unquestionably old school, but it functions admirably enough for generally riding.
If you require more deceleration, the 296cc front plate has a four-cylinder caliper and bunches of front tire hold.