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Motor Trike Launches Triumph Thunderbird LT Trike

Motor Trike Launches Triumph Thunderbird LT TrikeTriumph Thunderbird LT Trike

The Texas-based Motor Trike, Inc., has released another all-new trike, which pairs its industry leading Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) with the world’s largest parallel twin motorcycle engine, forming the “Triumph Thunderbird LT Trike.”

Jeff Vey, President and Owner of Motor Trike says, “The Thunderbird LT straddles the line with perfect balance of power, handling and comfort with a classic, traditional appearance.”

The Thunderbird LT Trike follows Triumph’s core value of outstanding handling in all situations.

It delivers light, neutral steering, low speed agility, yet maintains stability at all speeds in all types of conditions. It is an easy trike to master for any rider. The Thunderbird LT Trike comes standard with electric reverse, 5.5 degree rake kit, parking brake kit, ABS brake kit, trunk carpet, 12V power plug and a chrome LED dome lamp with switch in the trunk. The Triumph Thunderbird LT Trike is offered in Caspian Blue/Crystal White and Lava Red/Phantom Black.

The Triumph Thunderbird LT Trike was on display at Riverfront Park on Beach Street during Biketoberfest in Daytona. It will also be on display November 6 – November 9 at the Lonestar Rally in Galveston, Texas.

The Triumph Thunderbird LT Trike is available for $29,999 (plus tax, title, license and freight). Units ordered through Triumph dealers will maintain the full Triumph factory 2-year warranty.

Triumph is currently taking orders for the Thunderbird LT Trike with deliveries taking place in February 2015. Dealer financing is available for those who qualify. Please contact your local Triumph dealer directly.

For customers needing only a conversion kit, please contact your local Motor Trike dealer: The Triumph Thunderbird LT Trike conversion will fit year models 2014-current and starts at $9,395 (not including paint, accessories, shipping, crating or installation). Units triked by Motor Trike dealers will carry the Motor Trike 3-year 60,000 mile warranty only.

For additional information, visit Motor Trike.

Motor Trike Launches Triumph Thunderbird LT TrikeTriumph Thunderbird LT Trike Specs:

· 55” Overall Width

· 65.5” Wheelbase Length (no rake) 68.5” (with rake)

· 105” Overall Length

· 1204 lbs Total Weight

· Unequal Length Upper And Lower Control Arms Suspension

· 5.0 Cubic Foot Trunk

Standard Features:

· Full Factory Warranty

· Independent Rear Suspension

· On-Board Air Compressor

· Patented Air Ride Suspension

· Over 4″ of Suspension Travel

· Power Steering

· Progressive Coil Over Shocks

· Integrated Disc Brake System

· Trunk Light on Interior of Door

· Hidden Trunk Door Hinges

· Billet Aluminum Torque Thrust Wheels

· 12 Volt Power Outlet in Trunk

· LED Air Suspension & Voltmeter Readout

· Belt Drive

· Rake Kit

· Parking Brake

· High-Torque Low Speed Reverse

· Trunk Carpet

· ABS Integration Kit

Available Options:

· Several Types of Rear Wheel Upgrades

· 17″ tires

· Front Wheel Balancer

· Fender Bras with Optional Embroidery

· ABS Integration Kit

· Chrome Nerf Bumper

· Embroidered Trunk Mat

· Trike Cover

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