Brian West, general manager at Biker’s Edge, says three-wheelers like the Polaris Slingshot let baby boomers have the fun of a high performance cycle when they get too old to safely ride a two-wheeler.
Brian West, general manager at Biker’s Edge, says three-wheelers like the Polaris Slingshot let baby boomers have the fun of a high performance cycle when they get too old to safely ride a two-wheeler. Dion Lefler The Wichita Eagle
Brian West, general manager at Biker’s Edge, says three-wheelers like the Polaris Slingshot let baby boomers have the fun of a high performance cycle when they get too old to safely ride a two-wheeler. Dion Lefler The Wichita Eagle

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