Links to original reviews
WingWorld – Dec 2016 Article – 11/15/2016
Minnesota Motorcycle Monthly review – 4/1/2016
Motorcycle.com – 3/1/2016
Wonderfull Engineering – Feb 2016
Conversion to motorized trike (Spanish) – Jan 6 2015
Yamaha Royal Star
Greetings from NY
Just wanted to let you know how much we are enjoying our Endeavor Trike. You have rekindled our love for riding and we are so looking forward to next riding season. About 5 years ago I had to give up riding my knees got to bad for us to safely ride, since that time I had my knees replaced and thought I would buy another Bike. I bought my 2006 Yamaha Royal Star and found I was still having difficulty in Parking Lot, U turns and just general slow speed riding I have been riding Motorcycles for 50 years and my riding skills were just not the same. I really could not afford to spend 20 to 30 K for a trike. Then I saw your ad having the ability to make any motorcycle a front wheel trike and for less then half the cost of a used trike. That was really our lucky day since receiving it back from you we have put over 2000 miles on the endeavor and have enjoyed every minute of it. As you know it does take some adjusting but after only a few hundred miles we were very comfortable riding. Thank You so much for giving us our passion back and we look forward to riding for many years to come. You can give my Email address and Name to anyone interested in having their bikes converted and I can attest to the value for them doing it especially if they have a safe riding concern on a 2 wheeler.
Thank You again and Make the right turn.
Jim and Flora
I have been really enjoying my trike, including some gravel, dirt mountain passes that I would not have even considered on two wheels. My latest was Montezuma pass out of Sierra Vista, Az. to Sonoita Az. Pretty rough, very steep in some areas, with 180 switchbacks.
Here’s my update on the Endeavor reverse kit I had done my 2010 Goldwing. I reverse triked it with 92,600 miles on it, I now have 103,700 on it now.The steering did take some getting used to, a little more than when I went darkside but all is well. IMO, it handles very well including 15-30+ crosswinds and freeway+ speeds. The mileage did go down, but if I keep it under 27-2900 RPM, I can still get 180-190 miles out of a tank, using the lowest grade possible. Above 3000 rpm, you can almost watch the gauge go down, LOL. It handles well in the corners for me, most of you know I’m not a twisty rider. Riding in the rain is not a problem, but as with any bike you do need to pay attention to hydroplaning. Overall comfort is very good, I can still do 1000 mile + days on stock seat and beads is no problem. Temp guage has never moved from where it’s always been, even in heavy traffic. The customer service after the sale has been outstanding IMO, questions answered quickly. I did happen to stop by the shop and have Norm give it a 10,000 mile checkup and all was good, got me right in and out. Disclaimer: I did not ride any other trikes before this, couple of friends have other brands but they were in the shop. I will ride others to compare it to mine. Would I recommend it, yes.
Harley Police Special
I have been very happy with the trike, from the moment I first began talking with Norm about doing the conversion. He is very easy to deal with and genuinely cares that his customers are happy with their new trikes. I have had no trouble with it. It takes a bit of practice to get fully comfortable with steering the trike as opposed to turning by leaning, which is fully ingrained in all motorcycle riders. When I told Norm of my desire to keep the essence of the retired police bike, he was pleased to carry that out. My trike is a 1998 Harley FLHTPI, with the last year of the venerable Evolution engine. It runs great and has had no problems. I would recommend Endeavor Trikes to anyone who wants a well built 3-wheeler built by the man who invented (and patented) the universal frame. The trike is stable and can run on just about any road surface.
Although the conversion is not cheap, I feel the quality is well worth it. I don’t think you will regret taking your bike to Endeavor Trikes.
Hi Norm. I absolutely love the trike. Can’t believe your talent. Have put about 250 miles on it and become much more comfortable. The fuel mileage was about 26 mpg. The mileage for the last 96 miles was 31.2 mpg so it is coming up. I think if it ends up around 32 mpg at 60 mph that is probably about what I can expect. I use the reverse sparingly but there are occasions where it comes in handy. I’m just not patient enough to wait for it most of the time. Anyway thought I’d give you an update.
Take care, Dave.