A TRiO™ kit doesn’t change your ride, it improves it! The conversion retains the tilt and nuance of a traditional motorcycle with the added stability that comes from two front wheels. Your TRiO-enhanced bike handles exactly the way it did before. You’ll love it.
Our TRiO™ is the first trike to fully capture all the nuances of a motorcycle. This is no ordinary trike. With two front wheels, a TRiO™ lets you steer, counter-steer and lean your bike into the corners without compromising your ride. How? The trick was to have the front wheels tilt in parallel. A TRiO is perfect for riders who are unsatisfied with the handling or the stodgy image of ordinary trikes and Spyders. So, climb on a TRiO, lean into it, and go full tilt.
The TRiO design is the most efficient configuration for a 3-wheeler that leans. And, a trike must lean if you want it to feel like a motorcycle. We call that “going full tilt”. Made possible by our sophisticated front-end geometry of the lean angle, a TRiO brings an uncompromised motorcycle experience to a three-wheel bike. Plus, our front-end conversion puts more traction in the front where it belongs, delivering both improved safety and enhanced cornering. This means a TRiO-enhanced bike handles exactly like a conventional two-wheeler—only better!
Having two wheels in front puts more traction where it belongs, improving both your safety and the cornering performance. And, along with the added traction, you also gain enhanced stability and increased speed through the curves. Greater stability and better cornering performance. Now that’s a real balance of power! But the TRiO benefits don’t stop there – or rather they stop right there – on a dime. Again, thanks to those two front wheels, you gain greater braking power.
All TRiO kits include our TiltLock™ leveling system. This means your bike will become self-supporting at a stop and remain vertical even with your feet up. With TiltLock, as you slow to a stop the front-end locks and levels to the horizon and the bike becomes self-supporting. And, because the front suspension operates independently, the bike is easy to handle at low speeds. But best of all, there’s no need to put your feet down at lights or in stop-and-go traffic.