Guys, I recently got an email from Andy Lillard, son of Jerry (Owner/Originator) of Tricky Dicks. This email was full of excellent information.
Andy also attached 2 pictures of the Cagiva in action, and a front scan of a Brochure, along with a KX60 conversion which are shown below his email:
(Husquavarna picture posted on the Husky Page)
Cagiva 200 Pictures
Another picture out of a magazine, looks quite a bit like a Tiger
Heres Tricky Dick's ad for the Cagiva in 3Wheeling
This is that Magazine Article Thats typed out Above
Here's a side view of the Cagiva. Look at that huge rear shock!
Here's the Cagiva Racing
Ouch, looks like somone went a little to high
Motor of the Cagiva
I got an interesting email recently from Mike about some Cagiva's. Heres what Mike had to say:
Back in the early 90's myself and two other friends were flat track racing 200x and 250r Honda trikes all over Missouri and we heard about this thing called a Cagiva. We didn't know what it was until we saw one. After that we were all in love. I grew up on a farm near a little town in Missouri and little did we know that these things were being manufactured a little over 70 miles south of us. A man named Jerry Lillard ran a place called "Tricky Dicks" in Shelbina Mo. We got to know Jerry and found out the whole story on him and these MEAN MACHINES. Jerry was the one with the idea for the coversion kit to change these things from a dirtbike to a three wheeler. He also had a race team(who kicked our butts.) Any how, My two friends ended up buying three of these things all together and I sit in amazement. Two of them were together and the other was nothing more than parts in a pile. The LAST three Cagiva three wheelers EVER BUILT!!! Pretty cool hu? Well I have to say that I have never been on anything that mean in my life! Not a 250r. Not a Banshee. Not ANYTHING! You can go all the way through the 5 gears and never move. Hard trike to get hooked up but what a blast! They are a 250cc sleeved down to a 200cc. 38 hp and lots of guts!! Well my son has been wanting a machine to ride so I thought I would try to find my old trikes that I used to race. They have all been destroyed but I called my old racing buddies to see what they had and what do you know???? 200 Cagiva came up in the conversation. Needles to say my mouth insantly started watering. I went down and looked it over this past Saturday and bought it. It's in great shape but It needs some TLC. I think I can do that! Please let me know if you have ANY info on these thing at all. Thanks Mike Browning.
Mike Also sent me these 2 pictures (Show below)
Thats all there is folks, but if you have any info please email us. Any information would be excellent.