Endeavor Trikes

Tom Roderick
by Tom Roderick

If our recent Three-Wheeler Threeway story caught your attention, you’ll probably be just as interested to hear about Endeavor Trikes. Unlike the Tilting Motor Works reverse-trike we tested in that shootout, the Endeavor trikes do not lean, but like the TMW bikes, the Endeavors are kits designed to fit a multitude of models.

From Endeavor:
Endeavor is a new creative way of transforming any standard motorcycle to a “Sport Trike” style machine. Specifically for those who wish to get off the paved highways and down those scenic backroads. This Patent pending (148 countries), trademark and copyright protected design is the first of it’s kind and is first to market. This design has been proven on three working prototypes totaling over 140,000 miles.

This kit is a universal fit style made possible by its patented Adapter Cradle integral component structure. Exterior skins are easily replaceable for a literal infinite change of look. No special tools or skills required and there is no modification to the motorcycle so the kit can be installed and removed at any time.

Installation may be by dealer or motorcycle shop thanks to its user-friendly considerations. This kit is totally customizable as not only can the look be changed at any time but the steering geometry is also 100% adjustable – caster, camber toe can be fine tuned to fit your riding style. Base cost is $9200 to $9600 and yes this kit will potentially fit any motorcycle. Each conversion is a total custom and unique.

To learn more go to ido-endeavor.com.

Tom Roderick
Tom Roderick

A former Motorcycle.com staffer who has gone on to greener pastures, Tom Roderick still can't get the motorcycle bug out of his system. And honestly, we still miss having him around. Tom is now a regular freelance writer and tester for Motorcycle.com when his schedule allows, and his experience, riding ability, writing talent, and quick wit are still a joy to have – even if we don't get to experience it as much as we used to.

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