thats hilarious LOL
he spent that much money on customizing that...
you'd think hed spend a little more on some nicer rims on the back...those TSW's are fugly as hell lol
looks cool, but i dont know about the plumbing copper tubing he/she used for the spoiler?!
a bit ridiculous! How the hell are you supposed to corner hard?
I must say, unique. I have no idea why anyone would want 3 wheels instead of 2, what are the advantages? But if you were going to do it, this one is ... 'unique'.
He might as well have another wheel in the front. lolOriginally Posted by SilverSV650S
maybe he is handicapped? I have a friend who is wheelchair bound and rides a Harley trike. The wheel chair goes in a trunk on the back of the bike.
That is a sweet looking bike, The TLS that is
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Ditto on the possibility that it's used by someone that is handicapped in some way. Like it or not as you wish but I see a lot of nicely done technical details. It's a well executed conversion..... other than the possible use of copper pipe for the rear wing supports.... I'm suspecting strongly that we're seeing a trial fit run of the tubing supports that would then be made up in proper steel and finished with more chrome or some other finish.
A backyard mechanic without a service manual is just like a hooker without a lamp pole.... they are both in the dark.
AND you shouldn't have to worry about dropping it :> !!
Jesse James made a sport trike for a guy who became paralyised after a crash...me thinks this is the case here also...I am with Gurp though...whats with the pipe?
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I can't remember the original story but I'm pretty sure that's how this bike came about.
There is a guy on the Z1000 forum that crashed his bike and was paralized. He is building a ZRX trike with the help of all the members. They have bought him a bike with donations and he is welding it up himself.
BTW, that TLR is sweet. That could be my winter ride
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