1989 Honda Pacific Coast

I've been using the PC800 to commute to work almost every day for the past two years. It's an absolutely wonderful bike for the job as it has integrated saddlebags that are accessable via a trunk! The whole back section lifts up and in goes my laptop bag, rain gear, lunch, work shoes and anything else I can fit. At work I pull exchange my laptop bag for the helmet and so forth. Probably the most funtional bike I've ever driven. Tom Fraser


Right on,Tom!

I've been riding my '94 PC800 for 10 years now and am closing in on 100,000 miles. It's not about lifestyle with this bike; it just goes. I feel sorry for all those bikes I see parked in the street or a garage day after day, never being ridden. Every day should be ride to work day. With this bike, it is.

Jeff in CA

I used to see a guy ride one in Baltimore ALL the time!

Even in the winter with snow on the ground, he'd ride if the roads were clear!! I now live in NC and ride my 2000 Kawasaki Concours year round. Although I avoid riding in the rain as much as possible!

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I have a Honda Sabre with a

I have a Honda Sabre with a Mustang seat and was considering an Iron Butt 1000 mile ride but wasn't sure the bike was up to it. Glad to see someone my age with a similar style bike made the ride. Not looking for a bike at the moment but I'm considering going the V-Strom route whenthe time is right. Good luck sellingthe Honda and purchasing the HD. 1Y0-A14 dumps 000-152 dumps 70-630 dumps 70-293 dumps E20-340 dumps PMI-002 dumps JN0-304 dumps NS0-154 dumps NS0-502 dumps 70-270 dumps HP0-S26 dumps 1z0-042 dumps 70-450 dumps 70-236 dumps 1z0-050 dumps Thanks

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