(TROUP, Texas) Motor Trike, Inc. announces the release of its first reverse trike conversion kit. The “Prowler RT,” as named by Motor Trike, converts the Honda Gold Wing GL 1800 motorcycle into a three-wheeled departure from the traditional trike body, touting an entirely new riding experience. The Motor Trike Prowler RT has been designed to deliver the safety, handling, and enduring performance that GL 1800 riders have desired of Motor Trike’s traditional Independent Rear Suspension conversions.
As a reverse trike, the Motor Trike R&D team wanted the Prowler RT to unleash the uninhibited side of a touring standard with its premier IFS system, fully mechanical operation, and continuous style. “The Prowler RT features performance independent front suspension that is set up for optimum ride quality and handling. It has one-to-one steering for great driving response, handling, and turning radius. It maintains the Combined Braking System to provide great stopping power and control. And, of course, body lines that match the GL 1800 design for a stunningly seamless and complete look.”
Motor Trike’s IFS system equips riders with a new experience free of hesitation in comparison to other offerings in the reverse trike market. The Prowler RT also offers riders the convenience of over 8.53 cubic feet of total storage space with a 12-volt power source in-trunk to maximize their touring experience, as well as a host of standard features and available options that riders can customize for a Motor Trike truly fitted for them.
Motor Trike is currently taking orders for the Prowler RT at a special introductory price of $7,495.00 per kit. Starting June 1st of 2016, orders of the Prowler RT will start at $7,995. All trike kits include Motor Trike’s three-year/60,000-mile warranty.
The Prowler RT trike will be on display at Daytona Bike Week (March 4-14).
The Prowler RT is available through Authorized Motor Trike dealers. Customers may locate their nearest dealers to order: www.motortrike.com/TrikeDealerLocator.aspx
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