The Voyager Standard is a time-honored revelation in the triking industry. It provides the best convertible trike ride, with everything needed for installation and enjoyment.
Are Voyager Trike kits universal?
Voyager trike kits are designed to fit MOST major models. If we can fit your bike, THEN all you have to do is decide WHICH kit you want. Of course, you can start out with the standard kit, which is our basic kit with metal fenders and all the necessary hardware.
How does a Voyager trike kit work?
From the rear of the frame we extend suspension parts that connect to the rear mounting brackets. These suspension parts are then preloaded using the motorcycle’s weight to hold tension in the Voyager trike conversion wheels giving you the best performance and handling of any convertible trike kit on the market.
Are trike kits safe?
Motor trikes can be seen safer than a motorcycle because handling a 3-wheel motorcycle is a lot like riding a car. … Also, remember that, like a motorcycle, your body is still dangerously exposed and more susceptible to catastrophic injury when riding a 3-wheel motorcycle than riding in a 6,000 lb. passenger car.
How wide is a Voyager trike kit?
Wider wheelbase for extra stability – average trike width = 52-54″; Voyager trike width = 55-60″, depending on frame size necessary.
Can you turn a motorcycle into a trike?
A trike kit conversion is a process of installing a new trike kit suspension on your motorcycle. We remove your existing swing arm, tire, shocks, brake, etc and bolt on the new rear trike suspension. We also paint to match and install fiberglass bodies on the full independent suspension trike conversions.
Are there training wheels for motorcycles?
Motorcycle training wheels are an inexpensive way to convert your motorcycle to a trike. These are assemblies that attach to your motorcycle. They go on both sides of your motorcycles rear axle as you can see in the photo below. Many kids had something similar on their first bicycles – called training wheels.
Why are trikes so expensive?
The cost per trike is likely higher at their lower volume of sales. The machinery to bend the broad tubing for some brands is likely more expensive than straight tube or butted tube brands. They may be making their frames in the U.S. or Europe instead of in Taiwan.
Do trikes tip over?
Of all the motorized bikes on the road, trikes are the hardest to tip over. The three-wheeled design makes it almost impossible to do so. … While trikes may not be very wide, they’re wide enough to discourage weaving through traffic.
Are trikes good for beginners?
Best of all, a three-wheeled motorcycle can put someone who was considering giving up motorcycling back in the saddle. … And because trikes are so easy for beginning riders to get accustomed to it can also help explain why three-wheeled motorcycles are gaining popularity.