Lehman unveiled a couple new trikes at the Indianapolis Dealer Expo last weekend.
The founded-in-Canada firm took the wraps off the new Monarch II LLS kit (for Honda GL 1800 models, 2001-current) and the Renegade LLS kit (for Harley-Davidson FLH models, 2002-current).
The LLS acronym stands for Limited Lean Suspension; supposedly, this independent suspension system means added comfort for the new trike kits. It’s made out of aluminum to cut down weight. The system features dual coil-over shocks, in conjunction with a dual H-arm suspension and optional adjustable lean control, to customize the rider’s cornering performance.
The Monarch II kit has reverse as standard, and it’s an option on the Renegade kit. Both kits have a range of optional accessories. Introductory MSRP starts at $8,745, but that doesn’t include the cost of paint or installation.
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