Trick New Trike Wheels By Performance Machine

Motorcycle aftermarket wheels leader Performance Machine entered the trike market in 2010 with their new Forged Trike wheels. They are the first of their kind to be manufactured for Harley-Davidson, Honda Gold Wing, Victory and other select OEM trike applications. PM is also currently developing wheels for Lehman’s new Kawasaki “Storm” trike, which will be introduced later this year. PM starts with a specifically designed wheel blank that was developed to be a perfect match to their industry-leading forged motorcycle wheels. (Other manufacturers have adapted an automotive forging for their wheels.) For the first time, trike riders can choose from 6 different forged wheel designs, all with matching rotors.

Performance Machine Trike Wheels are offered in the stock 15 x 5.5 replacement size, or if you want to see more wheel and not lose the stock ride, you have the option to upgrade to an 18 x 5.5. (15 x 7 for select manufacturers) The company offers tire mounting and computerized balancing on its trike wheels direct from the factory. You have the option to order your trike wheels with Goodyear 215/45 tires mounted. Mark Finnie, president of Performance Machine stated, “PM products are pieces of art that help riders create a one-of-a kind ride. All PM products are designed to help riders create a cohesive, custom look with timeless beauty that lasts forever…That’s why world-class bike builders have been using PM products for years!”. From left to right and top to bottom. Models Paramount, Luxe, Wrath, Heathen, Riviera, Torque. Performance Trike Wheels.

4 Responses to “Trick New Trike Wheels By Performance Machine”

  1. 1 Wiz Apr 3rd, 2011 at 4:22 am

    Hey Performance Machine, You got the skinny stuff down but how about the rear? Customers like fat rear tires on a custom trike. Mystery Designs has that covered with 18″x10″/12″ for the Avon Venom 300 series tires. They look massive but have a narrow footprint on the road, which you want. I use Corvette wheels and tires on alot of my trikes because you want a deep off-set to go over the rear end. You come up with something like that I’ll buy the crap out of them. Wiz Freedird Custom Motorcycles LLC [one of your dealers]

  2. 2 Wiz Apr 4th, 2011 at 2:10 am

    Free”D”ird? Musta been drunk! Wiz

  3. 3 jatinder pal Apr 8th, 2011 at 12:11 pm

    Best got even more better…..PM makes the most good looking wheels.PM anyday.

  4. 4 big rich May 26th, 2011 at 11:16 pm

    How about a 15×7 wheel for 1″ axle.

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