Lehman Trikes is back in business, building Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, and Suzuki conversions.
The founded-in-Alberta outfit closed its last Canadian plant in 2008, but has continued making three-wheeler conversions based on production motorcycles at their U.S. plant since then; the company’s future was in question, though, when founder John Lehman died this past January.
Since then, the company found a buyer in June; since then, they’ve been phasing in a return to full-scale production. Now, they’re saying they’ve returned to business as usual. They’re also saying they’re working on new product development; they say that “Customers can expect exciting products in the near future.”