Colin Furze’s latest toy is pretty standard… by his standards. The mad inventor made an awesome motorized drift trike using BMX bike and buggy parts, with a 125cc pit bike engine at its heart. Check out his build video here, and his parts list here.
Infento is kind of like an Erector set for wagons, bikes, trikes, and snow sleds. The kid-sized vehicles are constructed from dozens of supplied components using a hex key, letting kids and parents work together to build various new rides.
Big Wheels for big boys. SFD Industries‘ gas-powered adult big wheel trike has a 6.5hp motor, rear brakes, a 26″ front wheel and PVC sleeves on the rear wheels for easy drifting. The shop also sells parts separately.
The latest vehicle to emerge from Local Motors isn’t a car, it’s an motorized version of their drift trike. This powerful three-wheeler for adults lets you drift on flat surfaces for about 45 minutes (or 12 miles) on a charge.
Troll the neighborhood kids and their puny trikes with High Roller’s adult size big wheel trike. It has a steel frame and fork, a plush seat that supports up to 300lb., 14″ plastic rear wheels for drifting and a 26″ rubber front wheel.
MyDamnChannel’s Mark Malkoff decides to take to the streets of New York on a kid’s trike to see if he can beat an MTA bus in a one-mile race across 42nd Street. Guess who gets to the finish line first?