Motorcycle Types Cruiser Lehman Trikes Unveil 2 New Redesigned Honda & Harley Trikes

Lehman Trikes Unveil 2 New Redesigned Honda & Harley Trikes

Lehman Trikes

Lehman Trikes USA, a trike industry leader for over 27 years, plans to release their two latest trikes at the Dealer Expo this weekend in Indianapolis, Ind. The two trikes are the newly re-designed Monarch II LLS for Honda GL 1800 models and the Renegade LLS for Harley-Davidson models.

Terree Matson-McCoy (Lehman Trikes Vice President) says: “The LLS models (LLS is an acronym for Limited Lean Suspension) raise the bar for trike riding comfort and enjoyment. We are pleased to announce the new models feature Lehman Trikes new independent suspension with standard parking brake, optional Adjustable Lean Control and triple tree. The Monarch II LLS also has a standard reverse, the Renegade LLS offers it as an option, and both models offer many accessories.”

The new Lehman Trikes independent suspension features light-weight aluminum components, coupled with dual coil-over shocks, to provide a smooth and supple ride. Dual H-Arm suspension provides proper geometry for consistent handling and precise control.

The optional Adjustable Lean Control allows the rider to choose their desired level of cornering performance. Both bodies have also been re-designed to accommodate the new suspension while maintaining the Lehman’s ever-popular seamless styling. Color match paint is available for both models as well.

The Monarch II LLS is available for Honda GL 1800 models, 2001-current. The Renegade LLS is available for Harley-Davidson FLH models, 2002-current. Both models are available through authorized Lehman Trikes dealers worldwide. Introductory MSRP starts at $8,745. This price does not include paint and installation.

For more information on Lehman Trikes and to locate a Lehman Trikes dealer, visit lehmantrikes.com or call 888-3WHEELS.

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