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PostSubject: Retractable extra wheels for motorcycle stability   Wed Dec 15, 2010 8:34 pm

I came across this web site:
Landing gear

They have a system of retractable wheels for the Goldwing and some Harley Models.

Don't know if anyone has an interest, but it seems like they might be willing
to customize for the Swing.

There used to be another company called LandingGear that made a nice system
for the GW, but they seem to be out of business.

Dan
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PostSubject: Re: Retractable extra wheels for motorcycle stability   Thu Dec 16, 2010 8:59 am

I wouldn't mind something like this, however the 9 mile an hour limit for trike mode wouldn't suit my application. The only time I would need it is when riding on ice to keep the machine upright. Wouldn't need it to go super fast. Say 15mph, maybe 20 although that's kind of pushing it on ice. Any other time I would be good to go as I don't have a problem holding up any motorcycle.

I know, you guys are probably rolling your eyes, but as my user name says I am a hardcore rider. I would rather ride a two wheeler in the rain than drive a car in the sunshine.
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