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    Default BIC Trikes

    Never thought I'd like or get an outrigged trike kit until I found this and had one installed on my bike. BIC Trikes - YouTube

    The kit does not sit lower then your frame and you can remove it in 10 minutes with 4 bolts and be back to 2 wheels.

    13" boat trailer rims and tires I supplied but the company does offer their own wheel packages.

    Let me know what you think.
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    Looks good Jeff. The real question is how do you like it?
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    That looks good
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    Not bad at all...............

    The only thing i would change is paint the rear fenders Red with black flames to match the front fender...
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    Nice Jeff! Enjoy it!
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    Looks great Jeff, enjoy !
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    Default How do I like it ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gorilla View Post
    Looks good Jeff. The real question is how do you like it?
    So far, I like it a lot !

    The whole kit weights about 250 pounds. I don't notice any performance difference. It turns easier then a factory trike.

    It has it's own suspension. Tracks nice and straight. It doesn't bounce or shake. Still easy to get in the bags. The fenders are solid. You can sit or stand on them.

    It will lift a wheel on aggressive turns. I went 56" wide because I wanted it to fit inside my enclosed trailer. The normal kit for this size bike is 60". The owner of BIC Trikes states the wheel will not lift with the 60" kit.

    As far as paint work, YES, BUT, I'm going to put it thru the paces first. Once I get a solid year of trouble free operation, the fenders will get a matching paint job.

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    I like it. It fits the bike and matches well. I just put a kit on my bike and like you I haven’t painted the fenders yet either. Best to get used to those fenders sticking out before putting any paint on them. Good luck with your ride.

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    That rig looks really great! I am presently riding a Voyager, and find that ground clearance is pretty low. This BIC unit has grabbed my interest. I would sure be interested in your evaluation at 6-12 months. Enjoy your new ride - but watch that wide rear end at the gas pumps (experience speaks).

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