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Check this out. I WANT one! Tilting Motor Works has them. Comparable price to a standard trike.

There is an option that automatically locks the front wheels upright below 3 mph.

Anyone else interested in one of these?

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I challenged them to beat my turtle slow #GLGP8 time of 60 seconds. We'll see if they are up to the challenge. :coffee1:
 

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ANOTHER TIRE TO BUY :tongue: SURE SOMEONE WILL WANT ONE.
 

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Interested to buy--No. Interested to see one--yes. That would be the way I would go if I had to go to a 3 wheels.
 

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I first read about those a couple of years ago. One the early ones the feature to lock it in the upright position was an option...without it, it lays down like a lazy dog. But it sure looks like a great alternative to a standard trike.

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I'm curious... What an alternative to triking... It looks like it might retain some 2 wheel character, while possibly being a bit more stable for those that are vertically challenged while standing still on a Wing... Hmm.... and who's making these?.... and are the kits readily available somewhat like trike kits?
 

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I spoke to the owner of the company, Bob Mighell, last month. As of now, he has no dealers on the East Coast of United States he is presently looking for one to do installations. He stated you would have to ship the bike out to him to have the install done. I met him a couple of years ago at Americade in New York, he had the kit installed on a Harley Davison. It looked very professional and high-quality.
 

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Adam at Rocket Moto Sport in Nashua NH is in process of being the New England area dealer/installer. He met with the owners this past weekend in LA.

I spoke to the owner of the company, Bob Mighell, last month. As of now, he has no dealers on the East Coast of United States he is presently looking for one to do installations. He stated you would have to ship the bike out to him to have the install done. I met him a couple of years ago at Americade in New York, he had the kit installed on a Harley Davison. It looked very professional and high-quality.
 

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I have been trying to wrap my head around the leaning part on a reverse trike since I first seen these . Still not fully wrapped yet . I just do not get the thinking behind the entire design . Yes I get the more weight on front wheel in the corner , but it seems to me like a whole lot more to be weak on front end to me . Guess I gotta see one and talk my way into a test ride someday to fully get the entire picture . The reverse trike design I do dig though . I ride a few already and not quite ready for one yet ,,,, but ones gotta be ready when the time comes.Homework is always important . look at my spelling :surprise: if I would have realized that in school I probally could spell 5-6 letter words today >:) just sayin
 
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