• World’s First Factory Bagger Convertible Trike

    Finally a trike worthy of your Harley-Davidson CVO!







    Hannigan Motorsports is proud to announce that they have developed a trike especially for the Harley Davidson CVO series. You can catch a sneak preview of this beauty at the BMW MOA National Rally in St. Paul, Minnesota Friday and Saturday, July 25-26.

    The official unveiling will be at the Black Hills Classic in Sturgis, South Dakota, where it will be on display at the Hannigan Motorsports show truck. This “transformer” trike can be converted from mild to wild in minutes. Touring machine or Show Bagger. Tour pack or fast back. Fairing lowers or ground effects. Open wheels or fender skirts.

    For more information call Hannigan Motorsports at 270-753-4256.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: World’s First Factory Bagger Convertible Trike started by Hannigan Motorsports View original post
    Comments 52 Comments
    1. rmrc51's Avatar
      rmrc51 -
      Absolutely beautiful!
    1. Gorilla's Avatar
      Gorilla -
      awesome just awesome But a lot of money.
    1. EnjoyingTheRyde's Avatar
      EnjoyingTheRyde -
      Sweet looking ride!
    1. cavie's Avatar
      cavie -
      Very Beautiful but like with many bagger rides not very user friendly. I could not load that into my enclosed utility trailer. I keep mine in the trailer all the time. Too much ass dragin'. That would be tuff on somespeed bumps I come across.
    1. Volunteer FireFighter 420's Avatar
      Volunteer FireFighter 420 -
      I like it!!!
    1. Papa Zook's Avatar
      Papa Zook -
      Quote Originally Posted by cavie View Post
      Very Beautiful but like with many bagger rides not very user friendly. I could not load that into my enclosed utility trailer. I keep mine in the trailer all the time. Too much ass dragin'. That would be tuff on somespeed bumps I come across.
      Stay tuned...there is a remedy for that built into the design.
    1. HDHoggly's Avatar
      HDHoggly -
      simply gorgeous
    1. msocko3's Avatar
      msocko3 -
      Home run, nice job Hannigan.
    1. fred786's Avatar
      fred786 -
      Ah.....I still love the standard conversion on my CVO. I thinks it's pretty "worthy"!!! LOL
    1. Peter A.'s Avatar
      Peter A. -
      A definite winner in my book!
    1. slick rick's Avatar
      slick rick -
      Quote Originally Posted by fred786 View Post
      Ah.....I still love the standard conversion on my CVO. I thinks it's pretty "worthy"!!! LOL
      It certainly is my friend !!!!!!
    1. irmagoo's Avatar
      irmagoo -
      Quote Originally Posted by fred786 View Post
      Ah.....I still love the standard conversion on my CVO. I thinks it's pretty "worthy"!!! LOL
      I'm with slick rich ...you got yourself a great look'n trike!!
      magoo
    1. alblassin's Avatar
      alblassin -
      that a good looking trike . paint job looks great
    1. sportthedog's Avatar
      sportthedog -
      when does it become available for sale?
    1. Rod69's Avatar
      Rod69 -
      Quote Originally Posted by fred786 View Post
      Ah.....I still love the standard conversion on my CVO. I thinks it's pretty "worthy"!!! LOL
      Both are beautiful! Be proud Fred 786. Outstanding
    1. Hannigan Motorsports's Avatar
      Hannigan Motorsports -
      Quote Originally Posted by sportthedog View Post
      when does it become available for sale?
      Appreciate you asking.
      We are in final finishing Stages with the Prototype and anticipate opening the Bagger Convertible Conversion to Dealers and Clients within the next 60-75 days.

      Of course when that time comes, we will make the Official announcement here on Trike Talk.
    1. captdanwh's Avatar
      captdanwh -
      Hey Fred76 , that is one beautiful ride and no wonder you don't like anything else. i like yours better but the Hannigan bike is still a real nice looking trike also. i agree it is not something that i would want to take on a 2000 mile trip but some guys and girls just run around their towns and show their rides off or go to bike shows and i would think you could really show Hannigans trike off and be real proud.
    1. Papa Zook's Avatar
      Papa Zook -
      Both versions of the trike look great, but as for the tail dragger concerns on the new conversion, the lower 6 inches of the tail is a bolt on "bagger" extension designed to be easily removable and the trike looks good with or without it in place. That's why its called the "Bagger Convertible".
    1. Rollin Thunder's Avatar
      Rollin Thunder -
      HOLY CRAP! I was talking to friend of mine about Custom trikes. And that you never see anything about them. This is by far one of the BADASS TRIKES I've seen. Any one can add stuff to a bike. Such as chrome or paint. But this is the whole banana ! LOVE IT !

      - - - Updated - - -

      Quote Originally Posted by Hannigan Motorsports View Post
      Appreciate you asking.
      We are in final finishing Stages with the Prototype and anticipate opening the Bagger Convertible Conversion to Dealers and Clients within the next 60-75 days.

      Of course when that time comes, we will make the Official announcement here on Trike Talk.
      ​Have any idea on the pricing yet ?
    1. Rollin Thunder's Avatar
      Rollin Thunder -
      Also can you add a tour pac to it and backrest ? Thanks
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