Motorcycle Types Cruiser Lehman Trikes Releases Trike Conversion for Honda F6B

Lehman Trikes Releases Trike Conversion for Honda F6B

Honda F6B Trike Conversion

Lehman Trikes has unveiled its newest addition to the Lehman LLS Independent Suspension models – the Monarch II LLS for the Honda F6B, the sportier bagger based on the Gold Wing GL1800.

The Monarch II LLS features Lehman’s independent suspension with standard parking brake, 6 cubic-foot trunk with vertical lift door, optional Adjustable Lean Control and triple tree, as well as many accessories.

Terree Matson-McCoy (VP of Lehman Trikes USA) says: “We are really excited to offer the Monarch II LLS for the Honda F6B, the conversion boasts Lehman’s well-known craftsmanship and styling along with the comfortable ride of the new independent suspension.”

Monarch II LLS conversions for the Honda F6B as well as the GL1800 are available through authorized Lehman Trikes dealers and feature an introductory MSRP of $8,745.

For additional information on the new Monarch II LLS models and to locate a Lehman Trikes dealer, visit or call 888-3WHEELS.

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