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The Champion Vulcan Voyager Kawasaki Trike

The perfect marriage of style, comfort and performance

Story Gary Koz Mraz Photos Ron Sinoy
When The Engineering Team at Champion Trikes unveiled the Vulcan conversion I had to ride it. This new trike kit is available for 2009-later Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager, Vaquero, and Nomad models.
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FROGMANS 1000HP TRIKE: Riding the Rocket II

“No dream was ever accomplished through compromise.” ~Tim Cotterill

Tim Cotterill, also known as Frogman, was born in Leicester, England, in 1950. He left school at the age of fifteen to complete a six-year engineering apprenticeship and became intrigued with metalworking. After receiving his degree in Mechanical Engineering at age 21, Tim began to feel a deep desire to own a motorcycle.
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Linda Lehmans Blue Beauty

When I saw Linda Lehman’s personal Trike I was impressed, I guess it should be special, it is her personal Trike. Much has transpired since that day with the passing of her husband John Lehman and the subsequent purchase of Lehman Trikes in South Dakota by Champion Trikes in California. Everyone involved in the Trike industry is glad to see the great Lehman products and name live on.
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West Australian Trike

Harley-Davidson Night Train

By Doc Robinson
Now Petri, the owner of this trick black trike, will probably cringe when he reads this, but like it or not, he joins my personal list of biker heroes, in that after breaking his neck in a dirt bike accident eight years ago he is about to get back out there in the wind. I don’t know that I would have that sort of courage. My admiration for him as well as blokes like him is huge.
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Building The "Chickster"

Words & Pics Doc Robinson
Tamworth is a country town of some 48,000 people in the Australian state of New South Wales. And it is a 220 mile ride from Tamworth to Somersby on the NSW Central Coast, but as a wise man once said, “If you build a better mousetrap the world will beat a path to your door”. Well maybe not the world, but certainly enough customers impressed with your first class fabrication and mechanical work to k...
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A Party on Three Wheels

Words & Photos Doc Robinson
The Tyrannosaurus Rex was a mighty big and tough dinosaur; in fact the largest meat-eating animal that ever walked the Earth. Just an average Tyrannosaurus was about 39 feet (11.9m) long, up to 20 feet (6.1m) tall, and weighed around 7 US tons (6350kg). There were bigger dinosaurs out there, but none tougher. And just as there are a few bigger trikes out there, among those built for street use th...
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By Buck Lovell & Kimberly Busskohl photos by Buck Lovell

  Kimberly Busskohl was born and raised around motorcycles, snowmobiles and cars both street and race cars. That environment must have had a profound effect on the way she thinks about motorized vehicles. As a teenager she watched a movie about bikers, the name of which she is unable to remember. One of the bikers in the movies falls for a girl who can only walk with the aid of c...
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Frankenstein Trikes: Time Traveler-1977

Frankenstein Hot Rod Trikes

  It’s September, 1977, a beautiful Indian summer day. After an anxious wait I have just picked up the Trike from the painter. I immediately drive to Lisa’s house. I slide to a halt in her gravel driveway, with an aggressive wick of the throttle the short pipes scream and I get her attention. Lisa swings open the screen door and skips across the porch while putting on...
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