Very handy if you a disability of any kind that prevents you from holding up a 2-wheeler. We met an older woman this summer who was touring around in a non-vrod trike and having a fantastic time. I'd rather ride a trike than not ride, so give me another few years or so and I bet I'll have one!
I talked with the owner of the company when I was in Daytona.He was set up on US1 at the Publix SC.He is one hell of a machinist.The bike sounds awsome.He used samson pipes into his own muffler.Kinda like a flowmaster.2 into one into 2.Says the power is great.The ass end of the trike is a bolt on unit.Just remove the swing arm and install his aluminum diff set up,retains the stock belt.This trike has been on discovery and recogognized by Harley as one of the most inovative modified V-Rods.The firm asking price for it is $ 55,000.I saw another nice one that has a trunk and passenger seat for $28,900.www.motortrike.com
You can buy a Conversion Kit for 7995.00 http://www.motortrike.com/mtPricing2004.aspx
Not to my liking though, I am with Val, If you had a Disability or
something in that nature, but otherwise, I will stick to my Two wheels. :vrod: