News 2011 Lehman Trikes: Storm Kawasaki 900

2011 Lehman Trikes: Storm Kawasaki 900

Lehman Trike

Back in October, Lehman Trikes unveiled their latest trike concept at the Kawasaki Dealer Meeting in Las Vegas.

The new Trike conversion on display at the meeting, named the Storm, was based on a Kawasaki Vulcan 900.

Due to the response from dealers, the new Kawasaki Storm is now being releases as a factory conversion available through select authorized dealers starting in April, 2011.

The Lehman Storm has been already selected by PowerSports Business for the Nifty 50 Award as one of the motorcycle industry’s top new products!

The Storm is designed with the entry level rider in mind and features Lehman’s Genuine "No Lean" Suspension, a specially designed front end rake and adjustable steering damper for easy handling, spacious and lockable 2.5 cu. ft. trunk for helmets and other belongings, and adjustable rear air suspension for ride comfort.

Every Storm is factory painted and assembled at Lehman Trikes in Spearfish, SD to meet all requirements for US D.O.T. compliance. The trike will also carry complete bumper to bumper warranty coverage.

The new Storm will be available as a 2009, 2010 and 2011 model in a variety of factory Kawasaki colors starting at MSRP $15,495.

For more information on Lehman Trikes or to become a Lehman Trikes dealer, call 1-888-3WHEELS or visit their website at lehmantrikes.com.

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