Lehman Trikes unveiled its newest trike, the CrossBow, at the annual Victory Dealer Meeting in Wyoming, Minnesota. The CrossBow, is designed to be a modern American luxury touring trike, providing riders and couples with a preeminent three-wheel experience.
Factory-assembled in Spearfish, South Dakota, the CrossBow was designed by Lehman Trikes with engineering participation from Victory Motorcycles, utilizing state-of-the-art technology and testing to meet NHTSA and D.O.T. standards. The CrossBow marks the second collaboration between the two companies since the first concept trikes were shown at the Polaris 50th Anniversary celebration in 2004. The new trike is powered by the Victory Vision 106 cubic inch Freedom V-Twin engine and features the genuine Lehman “No Lean” suspension, providing powerful V-Twin performance paired with a smooth, comfortable ride.
“This is an exciting breakthrough in the motorcycle industry,” said Dan Patterson, President and CEO of Lehman Trikes. “The CrossBow is a cutting edge machine giving the rider a controlled, precise ride with impressive horsepower and torque. There is no doubt that riders will appreciate the exceptional handling and seamless styling of the CrossBow.”
The brand new 2010 CrossBow will arrive at selected Lehman dealerships in the fall of 2009. CrossBow retail prices starts at $33,995 and will feature a three year, unlimited mileage warranty on Lehman Trikes components and assembly. The Standard Victory one year, unlimited mileage warranty will cover the Victory Vision motorcycle.
For more information on the CrossBow, contact Lehman Trikes at 888.3WHEELS, or visit LehmanTrikes.com.
6 thoughts on Lehman Unveils Victory Vision Trike
I own a Suzuki 800 trike. It is a little low on power but like an old friend she keeps growing on me. The biggest problem is the four gallon gas tank, which limits range. The other day I looked at about every model of motorcycle Lehman trikes, then looked at the Can-Am. I found most of the bikes were less comfortable than the Suzuki, and the Can-Am ST was almost as comfortable as my trike. My final stop was to check out the Cross Bow. What a comfortable trike. Nothing like it. What’s there not to like? Now I’ll put it on my wish list. I’ve done acouple of 2,000-mile rides on the Suzuki, but will start dreaming about the Victory.
I saw one in Sturgis. All I can say is WOW! I have a Vision now, and it has plenty of power. The trike should be ample. This is what I'm going to do if the knees fail me any time soon. I think I would miss the lean, so I will not do this until I have to.
I have a Lehman trike, but this is something else. My Lehman was built for a Boulevard, and doesn't have enough power in my opinion. I sure can see myself cruising down the highway in this bad boy.
When Victory released the Vision, I thought it was way out there looks wise, but the trike version is the coolest thing I have seen in a trike and looks natural as a trike not a motorcycle afterthought. As trikes go, this would be a must have.
Yahoo, when I get too old to ride my 2-wheel Harley, I'm gonna get me one of these! I'll start saving for it now.