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I turned 70 a few years ago, and I traded in my Fatboy for a Tri-Glide. It was a good move. I had a few other trikes in the past and they were rough, but I test rode a Harley and what a revelation. Even though it's a solid axel, it was surprisingly smooth. And with the rake on the front end, steering isn't all that hard. The seat is one of the best I've had on a bike, and I've had a few BMWs. My wife agrees. If you are ready for the stability, it's a great choice. They do produce heat, so be aware of that. I did reduce it with a no cat header and a set of mellow crusher mufflers. Good sound, improved power. The paint rock chips a bit easier than I like. Fender covers fixed that. The Lehman factory setup got it pretty much just right. Try it, you'll like it.
- Anonymous, Broomfield Colorado
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