Roadsmith Trikes Roadsmith Explained

10/24/2006

 

The Trike Shop has always experienced an identity problem with our somewhat generic name. Back in 1972, The Trike Shop was a unique name. But with the boom in the trike industry there are all kinds of “Trike Shops” now. And for those dealers that are named "Trike Shop of..," they are getting tired of people asking:

“What kind of trikes do you carry?”

“Trike Shop”

“Ya, I know that’s the name of your shop,

but what brand of trikes do you carry?”

When we ran magazine ads or did shows, our name implied we were a retailer not a manufacturer. We'd been struggling with that for years but we didn’t want to change the name of our company. After a lot of discussion we realized that all we were missing was a brand name of our trike conversions.

 

General Motors has Cadillac that has Escalade.
Toyota has Lexus that has the LX470
The Trike Shop has the HT1800… something was missing.

So we added a “brand” of trikes available by The Trike Shop’s dealers.

They are named “Roadsmith” trike conversions.

 

 

·          Roadsmith HTS1800 = HTS for Honda Touring, 1800 for Gold Wing 1800

·          Roadsmith HT1800 = HT for Honda Touring, 1800 for Gold Wing 1800

·          Roadsmith HT1500 = HT for Honda Touring, 1500 for Gold Wing 1500

·          Roadsmith HSC1500= HSC or Honda Sport Cruiser, 1500 for Valkyrie

·          Roadsmith HSC1300 = HSC or Honda Sport Cruiser, 1300 for VTX1300, or VTX 1800

·          Roadsmith HDT = HD for Harley Davidson, T for Touring

·          Roadsmith HDTR= HD for Harley Davidson, T for Touring, R for "R" body style

·          Roadsmith HDST = HD for Harley Davidson, ST for Softails

·          Roadsmith HDST-V= HD for Harley Davidson, ST for Softails, V for "V" Body Style

·          Roadsmith HDSS= HD for Harley Davidson Sportsters


 

 

 

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