Motorcycle Types Cruiser Harley-Davidson Sportster: DMC Trike Kit

Harley-Davidson Sportster: DMC Trike Kit

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Harley Trikes

Trikes continue to become more popular in the world of motorcycling, and many companies have found ways to create these three-wheeled machines out of various manufactures, including Harley-Davidson.

And now the Harley Sportster is involved. DMC Sidecars of Enumclaw, Wash., recently developed a trike kit for 2003 and older belt-drive Sporster motorcycles. DMC says a kit will soon be available for 2004 and newer Harley Sporster models.

This DMC kit is 100-percent bolt-on, and doesn’t require any welding. The DMC Sportster Trike kit includes full body work, swing arm, wheels and tires. With the introductory pricing of $4995, ground shipping within the continental United States is included.

From DMC Trikes:

Orders placed now will have a mid-July shipping date and can be packaged for ease of shipping and delivery via Federal Express ground service. Installation of the trike kit can be done in DMC’s facility.

Call Jay Giese, CEO or Tara Holtzclaw, office manager at DMC Sidecars toll free in the USA and Canada at 1-866-638-1793 or 1-360-825-4610 for more information and to place orders.

Dealer inquiries are encouraged. Since 1998, many quality motorcycle accessories including sidecars are manufactured in DMC’s Enumclaw, Washington facility by talented and experienced welders, fabricators and assembly staff.

dmcsidecars.com

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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