Tricking a gl1800


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Roypaul
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Tricking a gl1800

Post by Roypaul » Thu Jul 04, 2019 11:25 pm



Hi guys- I am 72 and know that at some point I will have to “trike” my bike if I want to keep riding.
Could I get some help as to what to look for, best company to work with- problem is tha I live in Australia.
Cost, length of time to do it, etc. etc.
Love the site- any help is appreciated.
Roy



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tfdeputydawg
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Re: Tricking a gl1800

Post by tfdeputydawg » Fri Jul 05, 2019 3:43 am

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alwrmcusn
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Re: Tricking a gl1800

Post by alwrmcusn » Fri Jul 05, 2019 7:03 am

I've had a Hannigan trike and now riding a MotorTrike.
They were/are both stable, cornered very well, handled great and were/are pretty much trouble free.
My cousin and a friend I know have California Side Car conversions and again they have indicated no problems.
I believe the problems you may encounter are more likely to come from the installer and their expertise not from the conversion manufacturer.
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