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Richland Roadster Motorcycle Trike Conversion Kit And Honda Goldwing 1990 !!! on 2040motos

US $9,900.00
YearYear:1990 MileageMileage:95373 ColorColor: Blue

Dade City, Florida, US

Dade City, Florida, US
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Honda Gold Wing description

          Check out this absolutely amazing 1990 HONDA GOLDWING in excellent  condition for it's age and only 95,373  Miles!!!    These awsome Goldwings have been known to go well over 300,000 miles.  It sports a CB radio...  AM Fm radio...  cruise control...  new seat...  and REVERSE!!!!   It runs and drives perfectly and looks fantastic.  Best of all it sports a Genuine RICHLAND ROADSTER MOTORCYCLE  TRIKE CONVERSION KIT.    You can fly into Tampa International, take the Airport Super Shuttle to our shop, and ride this beauty home.   

          This HONDA GOLDWING  handles like a whole new DREAM RIDE.    The added  safety and utility is delivered via this deluxe hand crafted RICHLAND ROADSTER Motorcycle  Trike Conversion Kit with modern styling.    It comes complete with a confidence-inspiring relaxed ride and so many impressive standard features.    You'll  find yourself  riding so much more often, no doubt, and taking longer road trips too, because you'll use much less of your physical energy.

          This smooth ride is the result of incorporating SIDE CAR technology into the RICHLAND ROADSTER Motorcycle Trike Conversion Kit suspension...   which means each side is independent, as if you had left side and right side mounted side cars...   and if you run up on a curb or uneven payment all wheels will remain on the ground.    Patented High Performance Energy Suppression Bushings in conjunction with forward mounted torsion bars help provide the road flattening flex you need to achieve this kind of smooth responsive experience.   

           This RICHLAND ROADSTER Motorcycle Trike Conversion Kit comes standard with 15 inch 40,000 mile automotive tires and custom 5 spoke polished aluminum wheels.  It also is complete with a lighting system that features LED lights, resulting in greater visibility and safety on the road.  Running Boards too...  makes it very safe and easy for getting on and off the bike.

          You can see addition photos and get a lot more information at    If you want to arrange a test ride call me.   And yes...  we do have other bikes with RICHLAND ROADSTER Motorcycle Trike Conversion Kits available.  You can see more photos and get more information at Richland Roadster web site.  Just Google Richland  Roadster...  it's that simple.    I'm JOHNNY  RAY RICHLAND  and my number is 352 567 1985.   I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon.    Thanks!!!



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