Read instructions again because I thought I missed a step. I did😳 I was failing to hold the right button down “Maintenance” to start system🙂 Working now!
So here’s a review. “Love the Leg Up Gen II system. Practiced as recommended and have mastered the system. The local Harley dealer told me I can’t compete in the slow ride competition 🤣😂 Their afraid my system is so fast I will have it down and up before they see it happen. Recommend anyone that needs assistance holding their bike up to purchase this system”.
I have finish the install and tested the LandinGear. The system is working great. I just got to do more practice. It was worth the money, thanks for a great product.
July 2022: One of our customers, Bill Bonner bought a system from us. He had some challenges installing it himself, but we replaced a bad computer, and guided him through a few things to make it perfect! Imagine my surprise when he sent me this well produced video showing his bike and the system. We are glad you have had success with the system and appreciate the video! Thanks!
This past weekend my wife and I spent three days touring in West Virginia. There were three solo bikes plus the two of us on our Goldwing. We were the fourth in line, falling a bit behind the riders on the more sport oriented machinery in the technical parts and catching up on the straights. Yes, there were times that they waited for us at intersections because there weren't a lot of straight parts on our route! Still, my Goldwing continues to identify as a sport touring bike!
I did notice a slight reduction in the usable lean angle. (It's West Virginia, and we rode some of tightest paved roads in the state!) I increased the pre-load on the pneumatic shocks by 5 more pounds and, while not exactly hanging off with the Goldwing's seat, I did shift my weight and body around more vigorously! I think that the wheel would engage on a hard lean, so it was more of a reminder to back off the throttle and shift my weight than a tipover threat. Good design!
This was the big test for the LandinGear, and it passed with flying colors! I have spent some time using it solo and on a few shorter two-up rides. So I had a decent idea of when to deploy, and when not to. Bottom line: because of your product I was noticeably less fatigued during the later parts of the ride and at the end of the day.
So thanks for a great product, and here's some photos for your gallery!
Thank you very much for overnighting the part that I needed to NY to help make my trip a success. Being 5’3” and weighing in at my fighting weight of 125, I need all the help that I can get to toss this 950 pound beast around. My buddy Tom and I did 1760 miles in 6 days before returning to Pa. I could not and would not do it with out the landingear.
I’m 68 and not ready for a trike. Once again, thank you Pete.
Ps, I’ll bet I demonstrated how it worked to a dozen people during the trip. They are always fascinated by how fast it deploys.
Landing Gear works great! Thanks... I will be in touch soon.
I have put about 1000 miles on bike since installing. A little weird getting used to the system, however works as advertised. Really like being able to push bike out of parking slot due to muscle atrophy. Thank you for the help.
The landing gear is getting a lot of promotion in Australia. Here is an article that was all over the press plus a podcast. John Liras did the installation and testing and has made numerous corrections to the original instructions. He did a fantastic job and the landing gear works really well.
My Legup kit finally made it here yesterday and I got it installed which went very nicely. It is going to take some getting use to but does work nice. I was in a serous bike accident 4 years ago and my back was broke as well as a number of other injuries so controlling the bike a slow speeds has been an issue for me ever since I got back riding. I don't like the way a trike handles at highway speeds so this will enable me to continue riding for a bit longer.
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