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    Wheelchair Accessible Custom Harley Davidson Trike

    After years of thought and searches, I can finally say that I have had my custom Trike and it is awesome. Please check it out at www.freebirdcustommotorcycles.com and just look for the "Freedom Machine". Feels so good to be back out on the road!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kr420am View Post
    After years of thought and searches, I can finally say that I have had my custom Trike and it is awesome. Please check it out at www.freebirdcustommotorcycles.com and just look for the "Freedom Machine". Feels so good to be back out on the road!
    glad you're back in the wind and loving it, nice machine
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    MAN, the internet is a cool thing.

    I rode with Rick for years back in Austin. I just fired off an email to him to catch back up. Brightened my day with good memory flashbacks.

    I'm glad to see that he is doing well with his shop, and doing things for the disabled. His wife is one cool woman, she could ride with the best of us.

    Glad you're in the wind, and thanks for that link to Rick's website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brucec View Post
    glad you're back in the wind and loving it, nice machine
    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by McDuff View Post
    MAN, the internet is a cool thing.

    I rode with Rick for years back in Austin. I just fired off an email to him to catch back up. Brightened my day with good memory flashbacks.

    I'm glad to see that he is doing well with his shop, and doing things for the disabled. His wife is one cool woman, she could ride with the best of us.

    Glad you're in the wind, and thanks for that link to Rick's website.
    Yeah Rick is a real cool dude and went the extra mile on my bike. He and his wife personally delivered my bike and they were both awesome!
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    how much is one out the door price?

    where do you put your wheelchair on it when you are riding?

    does it have reverse?

    what power does it have, and what does it weight?
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    Awesome bike! My husband and I are drooling over it and making us wish that we could get something like that soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SethO View Post
    how much is one out the door price?

    where do you put your wheelchair on it when you are riding?

    does it have reverse?

    what power does it have, and what does it weight?
    Price is really going to depend on how intricate you get on the bike. My paint job one was about 4000 but if you did standard one color it would be a lot less. Cost for mine was around 35,000. I use a folding wheechair when I ride and it fits in the custom box on the back of the bike. There are many options pretty much whatever you can think of. If you are interested just contact Rick and you can brainstorm. He's a really cool guy and will spend time answering your questions even if you are not ready to buy. The bike does have reverse. It is a standard 1400cc 96 cu in. It has plenty of power but he also can custom build with whatever size engine you may want. Mine is and electraglide model so it is 6 speed with cruise and all of the bells and whistles! Let me know if you have any oother questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheeliecoach View Post
    Awesome bike! My husband and I are drooling over it and making us wish that we could get something like that soon!
    Thanks. If you guys decide to build definitely call Rick. He will help out however he can even if he's not building the bike he will give ideas or help out whoever does build it. His wife is also a para and she rides!
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    Lets see some pictures of yours.

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