Roadsmith Owners Forum: Post Your Roadsmith Pics

Papa Zook

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We all love pictures so please post your Roadsmith trike pictures and a brief description here.
 
To piggy back on a post I made the other day... https://www.triketalk.com/forum/threads/19028-What-do-you-like-about-your-Roadsmith-Trike/page7

Here is how far a '15 GL1800 Goldwing gets taken down before it begins the AMAZING JOURNEY to becoming a Roadsmith HTS1800.

Ten days after the conversion started I was so proud and relieved to have completed this transformation. It has been a journey. One that led me and many others lucky enough to do their own conversions even closer to the lifestyle we all enjoy so much. Knowing each step of the conversion is very special and I so appreciate the FANTASTIC Support Randy and the Roadsmith team gave me!!

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I'd like to see a Indian with a Roadsmith. Very curious on what is done with the radio antenna.:Shrug:

Interesting question. I didn't see any mention of the replacement for the removed and discarded OEM antenna in their kit installation instructions. Hopefully someone will tell us what's up. :)
 
Interesting question. I didn't see any mention of the replacement for the removed and discarded OEM antenna in their kit installation instructions. Hopefully someone will tell us what's up. :)

I got a double whammy because I have a CB on my Roadmaster so even if they suggest a "in the fairing" antenna it will do me no good. It's just one of the reasons I keep looking a reverse trike options but this Roadsmith is at the top of my conventional trike kits list but need to know what to do with antennas. Might have to contact Roadsmith to get any suggestions but surely someone has already been here and has a viable solution.
 
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I got a double whammy because I have a CB on my Roadmaster so even if they suggest a "in the fairing" antenna it will do me no good. It's just one of the reasons I keep looking a reverse trike options but this Roadsmith is at the top of my conventional trike kits list but need to know what to do with antennas. Might have to contact Roadsmith to get any suggestions but surely someone has already been here and has a viable solution.

The kit is supplied with an in the fairing antenna and it works great. I wasn't sure it would work as well as the factory antenna but it does. If you have any more questions, shoot me a PM so we don't hijack this picture thread.
 
Not new to Trike Talk. Just new to Roadsmith and Honda Goldwing. My new toy. Now I can say I own a real Trike. Headed to to pick up on Monday.

THE BIKE ITSELF IS A VERY NICE 2003 HONDA GOLDWING ROADSMITH HT WITH ONLY 93,518 MILES. IT IS ILLUSION BLUE IN COLOR. THE TRIKE IS EQUIPPED WITH REVERSE, CRUISE CONTROL DRIVER-TO-PASSENGER INTERCOM SYSTEM, CRUISE CONTROL, ADJUSTABLE HEADLIGHT BEAM, AND ADJUSTABLE WINDSHIELD. IT ALSO HAS CHROME ROTOR COVER, CHROME COWL, FOG LIGHTS, CHROME INTAKE ACCENTS, CHROME MIRROR TRIM, CHROME CONTROL PANEL, CHROME FRAME COVERS, TOUR BOX TRIM,CHROME TRUNK HANDLE AND ULTIMATE SEAT WITH BACKREST!

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