Breaking News. Lehman Unveils New Luxury Trike Called The CrossBow


Today Thursday July 23rd in Wyoming, MN at the Annual Victory Dealer Meeting Lehman Trikes unveiled its newest trike, the “CrossBow”. The CrossBow was designed by Lehman Trikes with engineering participation from Victory Motorcycles, utilizing state-of-the-art technology and testing to meet NHTS & DOT Standards. As you can see the CrossBow is a ultra modern luxury touring trike powered by the Victory Vision 106 cu. in. Freedom V-Twin engine and featuring the genuine Lehman “No Lean” suspension. The brand new 2010 CrossBow will arrive at selected Lehman dealerships in the Fall of 2009. CrossBow MSRP starts at $33,995 and will feature a 3-year unlimited mileage warranty on Lehman Trikes components and assembly. Maufacturing will be done at Lehman facility in Spearfish, South Dakota. Lehman Trikes

13 Responses to “Breaking News. Lehman Unveils New Luxury Trike Called The CrossBow”

  1. 1 jatinder pal Jul 24th, 2009 at 2:44 am

    Very well built motorcycle taken to another level…always liked Victory for their daring motorcycles.

  2. 2 Ming1617 Jul 24th, 2009 at 9:47 am

    i am still stunned with the market for trikes???

    how is the above any closer to the feel of riding a bike as driving a mini down town, its the same size!

  3. 3 just my opinion Jul 24th, 2009 at 3:03 pm

    Ming1617; Trikes are not for everyone but if you stop to think about who is buying most of them. It typically is someone that has leg problems or back problems that make it hard for them to hold up a bike. If this is there way of having the wind in there hair GOOD FOR THEM. And I think that the trike looks great. Good Job Lehman and Victory

  4. 4 Vette Jul 24th, 2009 at 4:18 pm

    Most definitely a hot trike! I always liked Victory & Arlen Ness styling. It’s daring and something cool for those who need to do it on three wheels. “Mom, this may be your next ride!”

  5. 5 Rodent Jul 25th, 2009 at 8:18 am

    Built on same assembly line as Harley Trikes?

  6. 6 Woody Jul 25th, 2009 at 8:48 am

    Very nicely done! Never been a big fan of the Vision but that was a great application for it. As far as the trike thing-if you’ve never ridden a conventional trike try to find a way to do so-you may be surprised.
    It still has handlebars, one wheel out front, and plenty of air. You have to work to navigate a trike compared to a small convertible where you can sit back & steer with your knees. It’s different than a 2-wheeler, but very much a “riding” experience as much as a driving one.

  7. 7 J Jul 25th, 2009 at 1:38 pm

    THAT is very cool! Great application on the Vision, very well styled….. I’d be more likely to buy a Vision trike than a Vision, so excellent idea!

  8. 8 Dixon Jul 25th, 2009 at 2:05 pm

    Word on the street is that Mike Prugh had a pretty significant hand in the designing of this, true??

  9. 9 bigalyts Jul 25th, 2009 at 10:38 pm

    Wow, Everyone Agrees, First Time ! Good Job Lehman and Victory ! In Fact that looks very Like ” I want to Ride one” ! Look at those Polaris Can ams Or however you spell it. It is getting a very Good Rap!

  10. 10 USA Jul 27th, 2009 at 9:53 pm

    I’m sure if John is happy with hid decision to build and publicly his accomplishment with Victory it will be a successes.
    Let’s not forget HD snooping aropund and the rumor of there buying stovk in he successes

    Let’s ride


  11. 11 just my opinion Jul 28th, 2009 at 10:56 pm

    The more I see this trike the more I like it. I think this is the best looking trike being sold right now.
    It’s not for everyone but I am sure they will sell lots of these.

  12. 12 Jimmy B Jul 29th, 2009 at 9:13 am

    You are correct Dixon… the conceptual design of the new CrossBow was developed by Michael Prugh of Prugh Design.

  13. 13 Bob Jul 31st, 2009 at 3:03 pm

    Very impressive indeed. Lehman are truly the leaders in this market and as boomers such as myself and others come to the realization that riding whether or not you have a disability or are too old to hold one up really actually will not be a problem on a Crossbow or a Triglyde. Great job Lehman, (Victory) Polaris and Harley Davidson.

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