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Old 03-09-2005, 06:30 PM   #11
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Old 03-11-2005, 08:47 PM   #12
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Hello everyone Milwaukee WI here I have a 2000 Spirit 1100. I am getting spring fever more and more everyday It was 50 degrees here last sunday and i took the bike out for about a hour and a half. Cant wait until i can ride all the time again. I will post some pics of my bike soon
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Old 03-20-2005, 01:35 AM   #13
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Old 03-28-2005, 05:40 PM   #14
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Man - I started wondering if I was the only one in the country with a Shadow Spirit 1100. I just got it - spankin new. Man it sucked riding in 40 deg weather, but when you want it bad enough - you grin and bear it. I cant wait for some decent wx. Anyway - take it easy and look forward to talking more 1100 smack.
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Old 03-29-2005, 06:03 PM   #15
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This is my 1996 1100 realy like this bike it is light and kind of reminds me of sportster choppers of the 60s but no hard tail and no harley vibration . Lots better for the lower spine too. Enough power to do what most would need and still nimble enough to not be tiresome in traffic . slightly overloaded with my wife and me on it but most bikes dont carry 400 lbs. most bikes are only rated to haul my fat ass and a 100 lb passenger and most bikes weigh 200 lbs more. I previously had a xvz1200 Yanaha full fairing and hard bags and hard trunk weighed 200 lbs more than my shadow and was only slightly more comfort to my wife as a passenger. And was a real bear to ride in traffic and in town. I have put about 5000 mile on my shadow since I bought it last july and currently has over 22000 mile on it total ,and still runs sweet. I think most of the people in this forum ride 750s though or it seems that way any way. years ago I rode a CB750 untill it was totaly worn out needed a total rebuild and still would run over 100 mph. Safe riding to all.
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Old 03-31-2005, 12:41 AM   #16
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Here is my 1997 1100 Spirit. Just put new grips on and put a throttle boss on it and stilleto end caps very nice upgrade and way better than stock.. I have cobra slip ons as well. I am outside of Seattle, WA
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Old 03-31-2005, 06:12 PM   #17
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Man - I started wondering if I was the only one in the country with a Shadow Spirit 1100. I just got it - spankin new. Man it sucked riding in 40 deg weather, but when you want it bad enough - you grin and bear it. I cant wait for some decent wx. Anyway - take it easy and look forward to talking more 1100 smack.
NAW, we are still out here. The temps are now 60s & 70s so its riding weather again if the rain will ever give it a rest. The rides and poker runs are gettin fired up so off we go.
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Old 03-31-2005, 06:17 PM   #18
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I gotta post more to lose that stupid red trike
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200 mile trip
Old 04-01-2005, 01:18 PM   #19
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last week i left ferris texas south on I-45 to palmer, west on 878 to waxahatchie, west on 875 to 157 , north to venus, southwest on hwy 67 to cleaburn. fleamarket. bought a leather vest for wifie buzzed around town a few laps. back north on hwy 67 to duncanville, east on I-20 to I-45,south to ferris. nice ride. some hills and cool curves. one hill has a tremendous few. real BUFFALO, roaming on the range in the valley below.
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Old 04-01-2005, 07:30 PM   #20
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last week i left ferris texas south on I-45 to palmer, west on 878 to waxahatchie, west on 875 to 157 , north to venus, southwest on hwy 67 to cleaburn. fleamarket. bought a leather vest for wifie buzzed around town a few laps. back north on hwy 67 to duncanville, east on I-20 to I-45,south to ferris. nice ride. some hills and cool curves. one hill has a tremendous few. real BUFFALO, roaming on the range in the valley below.

Your trip sure brings back memories. I grew up in northeast Dallas. Glad you enjoyed and shared the experience.
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