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2 user reviews of Honda ST1100 Pan European (1994 - 2003) See all
Posted: 23/03/2010 at 16:51
I agree with all you say except I don't believe the Pan to be slow.
I can cruise all day at over 100mph [only on 'Forign' road, you understand]and pull away from most 'crutch rockets' at the lights - I even had my knee down on a track day [also posted the eleventh best time !].
I've been riding these beast for many years and average 14,000mls a year on them. Best one I've found are Ex Plod, well maintained and not too badly tuned either [they drill the baffles to allow the engine to breath more freely]. I can get an average of 50mpg in all riding conditions [long runs can return 57-60mpg] and about 280mls to a tank.
A formidable beast and greatly under rated IMOHO.
Ride safe and enjoy.
Posted: 30/03/2010 at 10:01
HI I am 5 feet 11 and a half with 29 inch leg, will the pan suit me, can i get both feet flat on the floor at rest?
Posted: 04/07/2010 at 20:52
Posted: 18/07/2010 at 18:33
I bought one in 2013 trade in ( 2000 model ) by original owner last year. 63000KMS ,have ridden a lot of bikes , scooters, Honda 750 Concours 1000, big Japanese cruisers ,Ural side cars and full dress Harleys ,
So now I have a big sports tourer, had to take a trip . We rode 5000 kms from super slabs to mountain roads . Wondered if the ST was going to be a handful.
Our group consisted of St 1100 along with a Ducati and BMW and Bandit 1200, the ST held up well ,was bullet proof reliable. Considering it was a least ten years older than the other bikes. Rode with some really good riders but could stay in sight of them. Not a dual sport! less than ideal on gravel. Great weather protection on a rainy day. Can be intimidating at times , After some time it grows on you lots of room for stuff and long fuel range , even can be pushed on twisty roads. I don't think I will sell it . Can t find anything this good this cheap. Might buy something lighter for short trips. Negatives it's very quiet has long range and you have no excuse if you fall behind it's you not the bike!
Posted: 08/02/2015 at 20:02
Posted: 09/02/2015 at 21:03
I am not very knowledgeable about bikes, however I have a ST1100 ABS, TCS,CBS. which I love to ride. On the left (nearside) fairing below the ABS switch is a plastic panel with a small hole in through which I can see a red bulb glowing. Does anyone know what it is? I will be grateful for any education. Thank You.
Posted: Yesterday at 22:33
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