Motorcycle Types Cruiser Lehman Trikes Releases Trinity LLS for Harley FLH Motorcycles

Lehman Trikes Releases Trinity LLS for Harley FLH Motorcycles

Harley-Davidson FLH Trike Conversion Kit

Lehman Trikes has released its newest trike conversion, the “Trinity LLS” for Harley-Davidson FLH motorcycles. Manufactured in Spearfish, South Dakota, the Trinity LLS combines classic styling with independent suspension for a preeminent three-wheel experience for riders and couples.

The Trinity LLS was designed utilizing state-of-the-art technology and features a durable one-piece body with a classic design and Lehman’s popular seamless fit and finish. A large, lockable trunk space, standard parking brake, exact color match paint available, and optional mechanical reverse, triple tree, and hitch kit among other accessories allow the rider to customize the trike to their specific needs.

The Trinity LLS rider will experience powerful FLH performance paired with Lehman’s independent suspension for a smooth, supple ride. The Dual H-Arm suspension provides the proper geometry for consistent handling and precise control. An optional Adjustable Lean Control (ALC) toggle switch, conveniently located on the fairing, allows the rider to choose their desired level of riding performance from firm in corners to soft on rough roads for the ultimate in riding comfort and enjoyment.

Craig Arrojo (President of Lehman Trikes) says: “The Trinity LLS is for the customer who prefers classic styling but wants independent suspension. There is no doubt that riders will appreciate the exceptional handling and seamless styling of the Trinity LLS.”

The brand new Trinity LLS will arrive at Lehman Trikes dealerships in October of 2013. Customers can convert their existing FLH models, 2002-Current at an authorized Lehman Trikes dealer or through the Lehman Trikes factory. Trinity LLS limited time MSRP starts at $8,745 and will feature a three year, unlimited mileage warranty on Lehman Trikes components and assembly.

For more information on the Trinity LLS, contact Lehman Trikes at 1-888-3WHEELS or

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