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An alternative to motorcycles

Have you ever considered getting a motorcycle but found yourself worried about the safety aspects of riding such a machine? Buying a trike could be the answer.

Trikes are three wheeled motorcycles that combine many of the best parts of riding a bike with the feeling of greater safety that comes with driving a car. These machines allow you to feel at one with the road, but with additional stability that many seek.

In many ways, these machines offer the perfect compromise between a motorbike and a car. As with a bike, you can feel part of the great outdoors, enjoying the thrill of riding.

You can ride with the stability that comes with having that extra wheel, plus the additional storage space that is available because the vehicle is that bit bigger.

If you've been put off purchasing a trike then it may be because you think of three wheeled vehicles as being like the Reliant Robins of years gone by. The reality of a modern trike is considerably different.

These monsters can be seen at biker meetings up and down the country - a trike has become quite a status symbol.

One big difference is that modern trikes certainly lean towards bikes in appearance, rather than cars. This means that they are less enclosed, enabling you to feel the air rush past your face as you put the trike through its paces.

There's another difference - the performance of these machines bears no resemblance to the slow three wheelers of the past.

Given their high performance, fashionable appearance and greater safety, it's little wonder that more people are looking to buy trikes than ever before.

If you want to feel like a biker, without buying a motorbike, why not think about joining the select group of trike owners?

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