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Announcement: Tom's Honda VFR750F Interceptor Tom's 1995 Honda VFR750F Interceptor In February 2003 I bought a 1995 Honda VFR750 with 33,000 miles. Since then I've added HeliBars, Five Stars racks for Givi bags, and E21 Givi hard saddle bags. This bike is a blast to ride. That said, the Interceptor has a good and bad side. It has loads of power (almost too much) handles very nice, has great small perks like a fuel gauge, and isn't complicated to ride or twitchy. However, the riding position is somewhat sport like. On the expressway my hands get a little numb, and my butt falls asleep. The numb hands could be due to a high frequency vibration from the four carbs being a little out of sync. The seat is simply not suited to riding more than an hour.
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