• Hannigan Introduces HRT Reverse Trike Conversion

    Hannigan Motorsports recently unveiled the all-new Hannigan HRT Reverse Trike at the 2015 Wing Ding in Huntsville, Alabama. Unlike conventional trikes, this contemporary machine features two wheels in the front and only one in the rear. The Hannigan HRT is designed to provide an alternative to Gold Wing riders who may be contemplating a switch to the Can-Am Spyder. It will provide a more luxurious ride, with better handling and renowned Gold Wing reliability, at a price well below any reverse trike conversion currently on the market. And since it comes from Hannigan Motorsports, you know that the engineering is second to none.

    The styling of the HRT compliments the lines of the GL1800 Gold Wing, resulting in a sleek package that will turn heads wherever the road may take you. Lighter and quicker handling than conventional trikes,this machine combines the unsurpassed comfort and smooth power of a Honda Gold Wing with sporty performance and handling. Rally-goers at the 2015 Wing Ding were among the first to see the amazing Hannigan HRT.

    Hannigan Motorsports offers a more extensive range of trike models than any other manufacturer. Now,with the introduction of the HRT, Hannigan provides a greater diversity of options than ever before. Likeall of Hannigan’s world-class motorcycle products, the HRT is made in America. The Hannigan factory complex located at Murray, Kentucky features 50,000 square feet of showroom and manufacturing space. Tours of the Hannigan Motorsports factory are available by appointment during regular business hours. Hannigan trikes, sidecars, quads, and trailers are available through an extensive dealer network nationally and internationally.

    The new Hannigan HRT can be pre-ordered now at authorized Hannigan Motorsports dealers or directly from the factory.








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    1. hogcowboy's Avatar
      hogcowboy -
      Did this become a flash in the pan or has it grown and expanded into other model bikes?
    1. edbremer's Avatar
      edbremer -
      As a Can Am Spyder rider I've gotten used to the reverse trike arraingment. However, I'd like to have the reliability and comfort of the Goldwing, plus the less-costly maintenance. With the addition of the kit in front, any ideas how easy it is to change the oil as compared to a 2 wheeled 'Wing?
    1. MikeyTX's Avatar
      MikeyTX -
      Quote Originally Posted by Bazooka View Post
      There is definitely a substantial market for reverse trikes.
      Be nice if they had this for the Ultra Classic Limited. I loose the tri glide in a New York minuet.
    1. W3JNP's Avatar
      W3JNP -
      The reverse trikes have many advantages over conventional trikes. Handling and stability, increased storage and FAR less maintenance with the front end are just a few. I'm sure it will take some time but these will catch on as more potential future trikers become aware of them.
    1. hogcowboy's Avatar
      hogcowboy -
      I'm wondering about them in a different. Hey Zook, have you taking an authorization class to install a reverse kit yet?
    1. zzcop8's Avatar
      zzcop8 -
      Quote Originally Posted by edbremer View Post
      As a Can Am Spyder rider I've gotten used to the reverse trike arraingment. However, I'd like to have the reliability and comfort of the Goldwing, plus the less-costly maintenance. With the addition of the kit in front, any ideas how easy it is to change the oil as compared to a 2 wheeled 'Wing?
      as for changing oil on a Goldwing HRT it is no more difficult than on a 2 wheeler. In my case I still use the same Craftsman side style lift for raising the trike up for oil changes and removing wheels..

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      Quote Originally Posted by MikeyTX View Post
      Be nice if they had this for the Ultra Classic Limited. I loose the tri glide in a New York minuet.
      You might want to check with Hannigan. While they where converting my Goldwing back in March, they had a Harley HRT in the shop they had used for demo rides in Daytona. I do not know if they moved forward on that concept thou.