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TrikeBuggy Mini-Bullet V3.2

Blackhawk Basic TrikeBuggy
Attach your own Paramotor and Powerglider!

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TrikeBuggy Mini-Bullet V3.2

The TrikeBuggy includes an Azusa Wheel Stainless Steel Wide Axle Buggy, the new Bullet cage sections and clamps, Rear Upright and Motor Mount hardware, Comfort Bar Adapters, Seat Belt, Low Hangpoint Kit, Carabiners, Bullet A-Assists, and TrikeBuggy Back Pad (Paramotor and paraglider not included). Other wheel options are available, see Price List above.

TrikeBuggy Mini-Bullet "Stretch" V3.2

Mini-Bullet Stretch TrikeBuggy
Attach your own Paramotor and Powerglider!


TrikeBuggy Bullet "Stretch" V3.2

This is the same as above, except that it includes the Extra-Long Front Downtube and Extra-Long Curved Bars for the long legged pilot!

The Stretch version extends the entire TrikeBuggy by 3 inches.

See also the Extended Footpeg Front Fork replacement which extends only the foot pegs by 4.5 inches.

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