Harley-Davidson is expected to introduce a new concept next month at the Intermot motorcycle show in Cologne, Germany. A leaning reverse-trike, the new machine will be based on the 115 horsepower Revolution motor powering the V-Rod, but up until this time only the patent drawings have been released.

Much ahead the American Motor Company, Brudeli Tech has announced production of their Leanster 645L and the official launch at the same upcoming motorcycle saloon.

Even though Harley-Davidson started producing trikes earlier this year, the future concept is expected to be an even greater success, considering the markets demands. Still, Harley’s trike will be a half way competitor for the Leanster as this last one has the ability to go both on paved roads and off the road is necesary, something that we’re not expecting from Harley-Davidson.

Stay tuned to find out more information about this concept trike and, hopefully, the first official photos.


Harley-Davidson leaning trike patents to materialize into concept
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Harley-Davidson leaning trike patents to materialize into concept
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Harley-Davidson leaning trike patents to materialize into concept
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Source: autoblog

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