1937 Mercier Moto Chenille
Both unique and totally wild, the 1937 Mercier Moto Chenille is a classic example of creativity and experimentation, brought into existence by Swiss inventor Adrien Mercier in 1937.
The name “Moto Chenille” was adopted by the French army, which translates as “Caterpillar Motorcycle”.
The Mercier is Powered by a Japanese 350cc Single Cylinder OHV Sports engine with a 3-speed transmission and can reach 40 mph (65 km/hr).
Home Made 2 Wheel Drive Track Driven Motorcycle
Now this is cool. May need some chain guards, but apart from that, this bike rocks!
Powered by a 6.75hp Briggs engine w/peerless 5 speed gearbox. The front and rear tracks are powered from a JD snowblower.
Workshop plus Skill = Track Motorcycle
I love these videos from Make it Extreme. They have filmed the entire build. Well worth the watch.
Ultimate Track Driven Snow Bikes – Meet the SNOWRIDER
A Modern Version of the Mercier – How far we have come. With simple modification an Enduro Dirt Bike can become unstoppable.
Are Tracks Better Than Tires – I’ll Let You Decide
All Track Drive – Two Tracks are Better Than One
Christini who produce the All Wheel Drive Dirt Bike, also produce an All Wheel Drive Track driven Snow Bike.
For a Classic Finish – Freestyle Motocross in the Snow!
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