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Motor Trike Conversion for the Honda Silver Wing

Motor Trike announces an all-new conversion for the Honda Silver Wing called the GT3. This comes on the heels of the successful launch of the Breeze conversion for the Suzuki Burgman 650. With a starting price of $4,995 it is also a cost effective way for customers to get into a trike

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Motor Trike announces an all-new conversion for the Honda Silver Wing called the GT3. This comes on the heels of the successful launch of the Breeze conversion for the Suzuki Burgman 650.
The GT3 features outboard rear disc brakes and a tuned suspension to give both the driver and passenger a smooth, comfortable ride. The automatic transmission and upgraded suspension package makes the GT3 easy to operate and an ideal commuter vehicle. There is under seat storage with room enough for two helmets and rain suits. Motor Trike is the only major trike manufacturer converting automatic motorcycles.
When asked why someone should buy a GT3, President Jeff Vey said, “It is sleek and comfortable. It has tons of storage space. It is so easy to drive. Life is too short not to have one.”
With a starting price of $4,995 it is also a cost effective way for customers to get into a trike and have the stability of three wheels. The GT3 maintains all of the stock vehicle systems including ABS and mechanical parking brake. The GT3 is available for all Honda Silver Wings, year models 2001 to present and has a 3-year/60,000 mile warranty. Motor Trike is currently taking orders for the GT3 conversion with deliveries taking place in November.
Trike Specifications:
·         50.5”  Overall Width
·         74.5” Wheelbase Length without rake
·         97.5” Overall Length without rake
·         761 lbs Total Weight
·         Polyester Resin Fiberglass Fender Material
Features:
·         Live Rear Axle Swing Arm Suspension
·         Chain Drive
·         Powder-Coated Components
·         Upgraded Coil Springs & Bump Stop
·         14” Alloy Wheels with Radial Tires
For more information: www.motortrike.com.
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