Massive Motor Trikes
Rocket II – Size Does Matter
Tim Cotterill is known as the Frogman. Tim is famous for creating Limited Edition Bronze Frog Sculptures. You may view his frogs at his website: Click Here
Tim Cotterill and Michael Leeds created a Massive Supercharged Trike powered by a 1000 hp Hemi.
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Boby’s Treme Terra – Triciclo Gigante (Gigantic Trike)
Just when you think you have seen Big, you will always find Bigger.
Brazilian farmer, Elvis de Elmeida (Boby) created the Triciclo Gigante. It is not everyday you see something this beautiful. It weighs 5,100 kg (11,250 lbs). The Triciclo Gigante holds 347 litres (92 gallons) of fuel. It measures 6.4 metres (21′) long x 2.8 metres (9.2′) wide x 3.55 metres (11.64′) high. It can travel at 90 km/hr (56 mph). It took Boby 3 years to build (2010-2013).
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Hom’s Reverse Trike Rat Rod
Dennis Hom’s 2014 Reverse Trike Rat Rod, powered by a Honda 750 and surrounded by sleek rustic rat rod designs created by car spare parts.
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Justryken V8 trike – Fire in the hole!
This Mega Trike is powered by 450hp (335kw) of muscle and weighs 2,480 lbs (1,125 kg). This is truly a Naked Trike. Nice touch, leaving farings off so we can see all the good bits.
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Rat Rod Detroit Diesel Trike
Richard Charles’ 1976, 2 Stroke 8v71 V-Block Detroit Diesel Rat Rod Trike.
350 turbo Diesel, with Propane and Nitrous Injection.
Walt Moss, owner of My AMSOIL Garage, has made a Monster Kenworth Trike. There are a lot of other modified trucks in Walt’s garage, that you will see in the second video.
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Panzer Bike – Russian Trike
Powered by a 1947 Russian T55 Tank V-12 water-cooled 38.88 litre Diesel Engine, producing 500 hp (373 kW).
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No handlebars on this trike. With the green and chrome, this monster would certainly turn heads.
If you’re going to go BIG, you may as well do it well. If you enjoyed the World’s Largest and Fastest Trikes, share your experience with others and leave a comment below.
And then you may like to take a look at the The Worlds Biggest/Smallest Motorcycles – Size Does Matter
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