Leon's Trikes from Belgium

Hallo, 

If of some interest for your website you may publish / show some of my elaborated  'hobby-trikes' on your website.. (I sell one occasionally ) All are elaborated from ULM PDM body's with certification.

The red mono seater with a Hirth 2 cyl 2T engine of 28 hp (3h endurance). The duo seater, 'FlyBoy'  has a Rotax 60hp watercooled 503 engine (fuel capacity for3h endurance). The white one 'Westerly' is a single seater equiped with the 2cyl 4stroke 'Flanders paramotor' with 34hp (+4h endurance, the black dome obove is a Charly' rescue chute. ) And all trikes are tested and are perfectly airwortly and safe.  

Me e-mail may be shown for informations. (leon.janssens@skynet.be)

Thanks - Beye

Leon Belgium

 

 

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