Tag: crazy

Top 5 Craziest Custom 3-Wheelers

For a majority of the world, the OEM 3-wheeler waved goodbye in 1988. In the years since, countless custom efforts have been created by talented builders the world over. However, we can only marvel at the trend of converting a super sport street bike (commonly referred to as a crotch rocket) into a 3-wheeler! The […] More »

  Comments | By - October 18, 2016

Video: Check out the E-Spider

Have you ever seen a spider running across the ground and thought, now that’s a great idea for an ATV platform? No? Us either but that’s exactly what must have happened to Frenchmen Pascal Rambaud, Jerome Arsac and Thierry James. They formed Swincar and from where we’re sitting, appropriately named E-Spider. Tilting, independent suspension arms […] More »

  Comments | By - September 8, 2016

ATV Video: 170HP Quad in Action

Who among us hasn’t heard the bark of a well-tuned repli-racer street bike and thought I wonder how all that power would feel in my ATV? The beauty of the internet is it allows us to experience precisely such sensations from the comfort of our desk. Here’s what 170HP and a top speed of 125-miles-per-hour […] More »

  Comments | By - April 7, 2016

Wazuma’s V8F Packs a Ferrari V8 and 250hp

Wow. Somewhere where out there, there’s an engineer cackling over the blueprints for this thing like some kind of mad scientist. Wazuma is no stranger to building mismatched machines, but this is something of a special case. Not only is it hideously powerful, it’s also powered by Ferrari. The engine in the Wazuma V8F Matt […] More »

  Comments | By - November 1, 2013

Gibbs Sports Creates Amphibious ATV

ATV’s are useful because they’re can go anywhere. They’re called all-terrain-vehicles, and for the most part, they are. Regardless of the type of land, there’s an ATV that can drive over it. Where they fall flat, of course, is where thereĀ isn’t any land. Quads and UTV’s might be great for traversing horrible terrain, but what […] More »

  Comments | By - October 17, 2012

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