Giving up things you love

Hey Bikerlifestyle this one's for you (and for anybody else who's interested also)

I read your post earlier on this week about you having to sell the last parts for your trike and, although I know that letting go can be carthartic, it seemed quite sad to me. Although it's my son with the brain injury (I'm just one of the "scrounging bad back brigage"), I do have my own mobility problems and in the past have had to give up many things that I love . Anyway, I digress. So, was looking at something on the net earlier, came across this and immediately thought of you.

Quite a snazzy rig :-) and brilliant if you can manage to cope with driving.....................................

2001 Harley Road Glide FLTRI 1450cc

With custom rear end built to hold anything from a wheelchair to all you need for a trip across the country!

FEATURES;

Convenience and comfort Package includes:

Locking trunk w mechanical-arm

Vented Lower leg fairings (allows max breeze, while minimizing bugs and road dirt on your legs. Also have large storage pockets that snap closed. Great for "meds" wallet, phone, etc.

Harley Air-Zeppelin seat. (electronic, has individually-controlled air chambers you can fill and empty to shift your weight around while driving.) Great for pressure relief! Has removable backrest.

Chrome Handles for passenger, (great help for transfering!) See video.

Harley stereo receiver serves as central receiver for: mp3 player, Sirius Satellite Radio, and gps. (actual gps unit is missing) But the bike is wired for another one.

Speakers in trunk lid. (Makes funny whirring sound.) IDK, why. I haven't looked into it. After riding a while, I ceased to care much about the radio. The ride is the thrill!

Chrome and rubber ergonomically shaped hand grips, are comfortable all day.

Reverse: You simply stick bike in neutral, click on reverse motor, let off the brake, ease off clutch, give a little gas, and go backwards. It's awesome!

Air-shifter, w thumb button control. (You effortlessly shift up and down w your left thumb.)

Front and rear brakes integrated into right hand brake. (You squeeze w your right hand to slow down bike.)

Heel rails and bungee cords hold my feet firmly and comfortably to pedals.

Superior Visibility package.

includes:

extra turn-signals on mirrors, and on headlight cover.

Lizard lights. (Neon lights illuminate engine) not legal everywhere.

2 sets!

Tucked up outta sight, so just their glow illuminates the engine and bike! 7 colors, they can remain on constantly in color of your choice, or flash one color, or thru all colors at the exact speed you select w a fader knob!

Anything that can be chromed, pretty much has been!

It's sweet, and road ready.

Would cost over $35k to replicate!

Yours for $15k or best offer!

Contact Wayne at wayneb1976@gmail.com for more details watch it on YouTube here:-

Shouldn't mind it myself............. just the small setback of the $15k and the fact that it's in the States to overcome. Oh well, dream on. Hope you're having a good day.

Victoria

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  • alas i cant physically manage a trike any more

    i do miss it a lot

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