Dennis Goodson Tri-Hauler

This is the Handicap Trike that Dennis Goodson (from Goodson Air Cleaners) built for a buddy who was hit and paralyzed, restricted to a wheelchair. Unfortunately, his friend passed away and Dennis now has the bike back – and it’s for sale. A video to help sell it to someone who could use it. Dennis Goodson’s contact info is at the end of the video.

6 Responses to “Dennis Goodson Tri-Hauler”

  1. 1 CHOPMONSTER66 Feb 18th, 2011 at 9:59 am

    Wow, I have somthing like this in my shop right now ,we just finished painting it .It is made by Conquest ,they used a BMW drive train and front chassie to start with and built an aliuinum rear section with indepident rear suspension ,fiberglass body and all wheel disc brakes also , it looks like they might have seen this one of Mr Goodsons before . Hell the tail gate even looks the same . but never the less great idea . keepin you in the wind . Great job DENNIS

  2. 2 Wiz Feb 19th, 2011 at 6:06 am

    I have been building specialy equipped machines for individuals with disabilities for over thirty years now. Everything from lawnmowers, motorhomes, cars, pickups, Hell, you want youir skateboard made so a quadrapaligic can operate it, I’m your source! When it comes to this subject I am “One of the world’s leading experts on handicapped trikes and bikes.” I have gotten referrals from West Coast Choppers, Harley-Davidson Dealerships, independent shops, and people from all over the planet seeking advice, parts, fabrication, etc.on how to get back in the wind again. “Oh, You’ll Never ride again!” BULLSHIT to That!! Check out my website and you’ll see a plethera of ways I can help. ‘An that’s why I do it, to Help! I ain’t in it for the money. I only charge $ hour shop time because mobility-challenged riders don’t usually have allot of dough. If you look up the word “Challenge” in the dictionary it says “Anything that requires extra effort.” When my people have their face in the breeze at 70+ mph they are heads above anyone else because it took more guts and determination to get there! I helped OCC build that handicapped chopper with advice, they took some of it like the Velcro floorboards but set it up so after the guy got on someone had to put his wheelchair on a rack on the back. So that means he has to have somebody take it off and bring it to him. HORSEPUCKY! I build them so you get on, store yer chair ‘an Hit it! When you get where yer goin’ take it off yourself, ‘an yer ready to Roll! My Joy is allowing these folks fullfill their Dreams! I am honored to do so! Wiz

  3. 3 izadore007 Feb 19th, 2011 at 1:12 pm

    I saw the Episode where OCC built the same set-up with the Wheel Chair and the ramp system. OCC they did it first, ……………See that Dood’s they are Truely the Brains and Developer of
    Bike For All Purposes, and All Kind’s of Biker’s” ! Wiz, did you use to work for OCC?

  4. 4 Bigalyts Feb 19th, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    Boy oh’ Boy is that comment going to set off a WAR ! Well at least Jr. & Sr. were together when they did that project, with the Handicapped Bike! I think it was a Chopper as well! Wiz, I looked ay your Web Site and saw what you wrote and if you told me ” IF A ROOSTER CAN PULL A TRAIN, I’D PROBABLY HOOK HIM UP” !

  5. 5 sollis Feb 19th, 2011 at 7:12 pm

    great job on a bike and idea !

  6. 6 Warrior Poet Feb 19th, 2011 at 9:21 pm
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