Personally, I would go sidecar... mostly so I can take my dog and still have the option of two wheels.
However, I have decided I would go with the articulating type which still allows you to lean the bike - not the rigid kind.
Sidecar because I'm too young to ride a trike. About 5 years ago I was faced with the option of installing a trike kit or a sidecar after a wreck that almost took my leg. I picked the sidecar and am in love with it. The handling is a little different but you get the advantage of extra space (I used the bike to pick up a new radiator for my wife's car)
My ex couldn't ride behind me any more, so I put a sidecar on my 82 Interstate. I really enjoyed it. If I had to go one or the other, it would be a tough choice. I've ridden both and like both, but would probably go with the sidecar, for the utility of it.
Could some one help me to figure out a slite little noise in engine almost sound s like little particals are floating inside I'm just assuming I am no mechanic thats why I'm asking...
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Finally got around to mounting my Austone to the bike yesterday. Had to let the air out of course. This tire is much larger than stock it butts right up against the cross bar for my hack mount..
Never expected that. Prolly should have taken some measurements.
Well I guess I'll use it on my...
Looking for anyone who has experience or opinions about the Richland Roadster Trike Conversions. Looking at my options and this MAY be something I would do. But, I have never seen one in person and never known anyone who has experience with them. Any thoughts.....? Jim