LegUp LandinGear Announces the Development of the LegUp System for Kawasaki Nomads and Vulcans

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Chopper Design Services has announced today that it is adapting the LegUp LandinGear Motorcycle Stabilization System to the Kawasaki Nomad/Vulcan product line. The LegUp system is a computer controlled stabilizing device, aimed at riders who need help balancing their motorcycles at slow speed. Originally designed for Harley-Davidson Touring bikes, the company continues to add models from other manufacturers to its lineup. The Kawasaki touring bikes are currently in the prototype stages.

Kawasaki Nomad in Engineering.

LegUp LandinGear, a division of Chopper Design Services, has announced the LegUp LandinGear Motorcycle Stabilization System is being adapted to Kawasaki Touring bikes. The LegUp System will soon be available for Kawasaki Nomad and Vulcan motorcycles. The computerized LandinGear system helps riders balance their motorcycles when stopping, pulling away from a stop or maneuvering slowly.

Sometimes called 'The Perfect Trike Alternative', the LegUp system been available for Harley-Davidson Touring Bikes, Honda Goldwings and other bike models since early 2009. The high demand for this innovative device since then has caused Chopper Design to continually add new models to its lineup. This computerized system deploys a small set of wheels as the motorcycle slows, and retracts the same upon acceleration. These small retractable wheels help support the vehicle at slow speeds.

LegUp LandinGear constantly receives requests by owners of various models desiring help with their bikes. The Kawasaki models have had the highest demand recently, the company says, and started the engineering process in early August. LegUp is proud to report the adaptation is nearly complete, and the manufacturing process has been initiated. Expected delivery is November 15, 2010 and pricing is expected to be the same as similar models.

For more information about LegUp LandinGear please visit LandinGear.com or call 407-834-5007.


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