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Have any of you used these, are they any good or just dangerous!!







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Do a search on Voyager. You'll find lots of opinions.


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I think they're safer than a Insta-trike. I've seen what those I.T's things do to the saddlebag frames, and trailer hitch mount.
As for riding with one, one local guy says they tip a lot easier than a regular trike does. He's ridden both, and can't afford a trike kit, so went with Voyager. He sure gets behind in the curves.

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i'd put one on mine if i could afford it

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Kewl thanks, My buddy what to try one.
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I do have one and it is the best thing I have ever done. Only proble is after 44 years of riding, I have to learn all over again as Voyager is just like a trike ( oppisite steering ).
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Ok these are just idler wheels right? the rear wheel drives the bike? have you ever got hung up and the rear wheel dont touch the ground? he lives down a gravel rode, would this be a problem?
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No I have never had that happen. There is enouph suspension on the Voyager to cover that. Of course the system has to be set up as per instructions. Also there is a certain amt of fr.wheel shake when bumps are accured, but if you hang on tight, it soon passes. This is something Easy On tells you from the start in thier videos. Good luck.:wavi ng:


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