We've previously written about the Q-Tec Engineering kits for Harley Davidsons that convert the Milwaukee iron into either trikes or quads and I thought they looked like a very well engineered product. A very nice feature is the whole conversion is removable, you can return the bike to its original configuration should the need arise.
The problem, for anyone here in the states, was that Q-Tec is in Belgium. I say was, because there is now a Q-Tec USA. Indian Motorcycle Wayne, a dealership in Wayne, New Jersey, is having an open house in a couple of weeks and I see there will be some Q-Tec trikes there, too. I wasn't sure of the connection so I talked to Mark Klein about it and he told me Wide World Powersports, owner of the dealership is also Q-Tec USA, the distributor for Q-Tec on this side of the pond.
With the wide acceptance of the reverse trike configuration, I've been wondering when we would see more conversions available instead of the standard trikes we're used to seeing. I pointed out this Gold Wing kit from Holland last year, but Harley kits usually put the extra wheel out back. The Q-Tec product should be a welcome addition.
If you're going to be in the Wayne, New Jersey area some time from September 25th thru the 27th, stop by and check out the Q-Tec kits. Sandy Poglavec, Q-Tec CEO will be there, too, to answer any questions. Interesting.