• Hannigan Rolls Out New Honda FB6 Trike

    Hannigan Motorsports has introduced a sleek and stunning new design for the popular Honda FB6 motorcycle and has sent TrikeTalk.com the first publicly released photos of the new model. They tell us this is the "next to last" ideation of the new model which will include a few subtle tweaks before the production version is released. For more information contact John Lee at Hannigan Motorsports at 270-753-4256.







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    Comments 22 Comments
    1. J.T.M.'s Avatar
      J.T.M. -
      Wow that looks like a winner to me. <img src="images/smilies/grin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="big grin" class="inlineimg" /> As usual Great job Hannigan.<br />
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      Life is GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!
    1. hogcowboy's Avatar
      hogcowboy -
      Maybe a dumb observation on my part but is it wider than other rigs by Hannigan? Just seems to look wider to me. Maybe it's the bike or color fooling these old eyes.
    1. FuzzyWuzHe's Avatar
      FuzzyWuzHe -
      Sweet looking trike ... and yep ... Looks like a true "Fat Bottom Girl"
    1. Gorilla's Avatar
      Gorilla -
      WOW a real sports trike. A beauty
    1. skuuter's Avatar
      skuuter -
      BEAUTIFUL...
    1. clint44's Avatar
      clint44 -
      Looks like a Stealth Fighter! That's what I like about this body and the Transformer,all the cool angles.
    1. trikermutha's Avatar
      trikermutha -
      Quote Originally Posted by hogcowboy View Post
      Maybe a dumb observation on my part but is it wider than other rigs by Hannigan? Just seems to look wider to me. Maybe it's the bike or color fooling these old eyes.
      Probably the pictures you know makes everything look bigger
      That is pretty sharp
    1. Larry Sobczak's Avatar
      Larry Sobczak -
      It's a nice looking ride, does look a little wider from the back.
    1. cueman's Avatar
      cueman -
      I likey. How much moolah? Cueman
    1. Future Triker's Avatar
      Future Triker -
      That's a slick looking trike!!! Think I like that light set up!!
    1. Ray H's Avatar
      Ray H -
      Just waiting for the official public release which I heard from Hannigan is mid to end of August. Checkbook is ready.
    1. Ray H's Avatar
      Ray H -
      Just waiting for the actual release. Gotta have one of these on my F6B.
    1. skuuter's Avatar
      skuuter -
      Quote Originally Posted by skuuter View Post
      BEAUTIFUL...
      This Trike looks better every time I look at it...my F6B 2-Wheeler was a Favorite of mine anyway of all the many Bikes I've owned...HANNIGAN, Ya'll nailed it with THIS ONE....!!!!!!!...
    1. BigMac46's Avatar
      BigMac46 -
      The F6B is a beautiful bike but even better with the Hannagan Trike kit on it<br />
      Would love to own one.
    1. skuuter's Avatar
      skuuter -
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      <div class="message">The F6B is a beautiful bike but even better with the Hannagan Trike kit on it<br />
      Would love to own one.</div>

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      </div><b>SAME HERE...!!!!!...<img src="images/smilies/smileygarden_de_banana7.gif" border="0" alt="" title="pepper" class="inlineimg" /></b><img src="images/smilies/smileygarden_de_banana7.gif" border="0" alt="" title="pepper" class="inlineimg" /><img src="images/smilies/smileygarden_de_banana7.gif" border="0" alt="" title="pepper" class="inlineimg" />
    1. Hannigan Motorsports's Avatar
      Hannigan Motorsports -
      <b>Thanks Much to All who have been so kind in their Kudos and Comments <img src="images/smilies/thumbup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="" class="inlineimg" /><br />
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      We plan to conduct the Official Roll-Out of the HMS F6B Trike at Wing Ding in Huntsville. Either coinciding with that or directly thereafter we will begin to accept Orders from our Authorized Dealer Network for this Phenomenal New Trike.<br />
      This exciting Trike Model has yet to be named. We are in the Naming Decision Process now as it is definitely a Reality and such an Auspicious Trike demands a fitting Moniker.<br />
      Any suggestions? Feel free to submit your Ideas on this Thread if you like. <br />
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      <i>*shall I go on and reserve you a Slot Skuuter? <img src="images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" /> </i></b>
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      <div class="message"><b>Thanks Much to All who have been so kind in their Kudos and Comments <img src="images/smilies/thumbup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="" class="inlineimg" /><br />
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      We plan to conduct the Official Roll-Out of the HMS F6B Trike at Wing Ding in Huntsville. Either coinciding with that or directly thereafter we will begin to accept Orders from our Authorized Dealer Network for this Phenomenal New Trike.<br />
      This exciting Trike Model has yet to be named. We are in the Naming Decision Process now as it is definitely a Reality and such an Auspicious Trike demands a fitting Moniker.<br />
      Any suggestions? Feel free to submit your Ideas on this Thread if you like. <br />
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      <i>*shall I go on and reserve you a Slot Skuuter? <img src="images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" /> </i></b></div>

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      </div>I wish....we gota' recover from Mitzie's knee replacement and a coupla' other issues to sort out right now...but Wife and I both have spent a lot of "Drool Time" looking at it....<img src="images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" /><img src="images/smilies/smiley-score010.gif" border="0" alt="" title="10" class="inlineimg" />
    1. Hannigan Motorsports's Avatar
      Hannigan Motorsports -

      Understand completely. Best wishes for a speedy & full Recovery (both Physically & Financially ).

      When the Time is Right, say the word and we'll be honored to build you one.
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      F6 - Bangarang
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      2. Jamaican slang defined as a hubbub, uproar, disorder, or disturbance.
      3. General exclamation meant to signify approval or amazement.
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