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Smokey McGill’s “Anaconda” Ten-Passenger Harley-Davidson Powered Limo Trike

November 30, 2004
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When we contacted Smokey and told him Santa, Ms Claus and the girls were looking to trade in a slightly used sleigh and eight scraggly reindeer for something really cool and much more practical to deliver all the toys with this year, he said, “How about the world’s longest ten-passenger Harley-Davidson powered limo trike?”

After a quick test ride, a deal was made and Santa, Ms Claus and the girls were on their way! I’m not sure what Smokey is going to do with his end of the deal, but I’m guessing that after putting the reindeer out to pasture you’ll see the world’s longest Harley-Davidson powered sleigh running around the streets of Kansas City in no time!

Our December cover girls (from front to back) are Leah Magee, Megan Haws, Becky Hamrick, Lisa Chinn, Denise Bernal, Karla Jones, Malia Duncan and Tina Davis. Santa and Ms Claus are none other than Cycle Connections’ very own Carl Busse and his lovely wife, Patty. Yes, in case you were wondering, Santa still makes house calls.

See more photos of Santa, Ms Claus and the Cycle Connections Girls.

A special thanks to Smokey McGill of Kansas City, Kansas for allowing us to use the Anaconda for our December photo shoot, and to Ron Wright of Wright Brother’s Bikes for letting us use his shop for our shoot.
See more photos and information on Smokey McGill’s “Anaconda.”
Photos by Mike Schweder

Art direction and photo editing by Wayne Thompson

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