Raptor Reverse Trike - Frame construction
Raptor Reverse Trike, extreme 3 wheeler, TIG welded frame, Indycycle
inspiried, 1 year of fabrication in 2 minutes, shows fabrication of the
entire chromoly frame, suspension, and steering, KAWASAKI ZRX1100 powered,
130 MPH, 40 MPG
RYNO Motors Full Story
This is a great story on the early days of RYNO Motors. See our latest
creation pre-production show bike at our web-site and pre-order at
http://rynomotors.com/store and don't forget to buy a Tee Shirt:
Steering Geometry - One-Off Handcycle
The three basic elements of a proper handling vehicle: king pin
inclination, ackerman, and caster angle are demonstrated. If you want to
build your own trike, getting these angles right is essential.
Dagne Proof-of-Concept Prototype
Ben Werner, CEO of Revolution Motors, is driving the pure electric
Proof-of-Concept Dagne prototype vehicle. Ben is demonstrating Dagne's
cornering capabilities, a key fun factor!
Sway at the Park
Taking the Sway out for a spin...
Sway is about the movement of people. We believe that vehicles should be
more than utilitarian objects, they should be extensions of the human form
and partners in human behavior.
Sway allows users to lean into turns much like a motorcycle, but without
the fear of falling over. This patented linkage makes for a unique and
incredible riding experience, where the safety of a trike is blended with
the thrill of riding a motorcycle.
Second reverse trike build diary
This trike was built using the engine from a 2007 Yamaha FZ1. It has about
150 HP at the crank. The front and rear suspension are based upon Honda
Accord and Honda Civic pieces. Thanks for looking.
Go kart Reverse Trike Build #12 ( spindle bracket and Ackerman angle )
My blog .... http://tmanskarts.blogspot.com
This is a free build for my subscribers. Full build on video, there are
no plans or schematics available the videos are the plans.
My site ... http://www.tmanskarts.com ...
In this video I show how I make the brackets for the spindles. I also
build the spindles and put it the ackerman angle for turning.
My Youtube channel is
tmansgokarts ..... http://www.youtube.com/user/tmansgokarts
Intro : I mixed useing Audacity ( Free Audio Software )
License for Aduacity :
Driving Test ☠ New Rear End - █ Go Kart ( A-Kart )
Subscribe ... http://bit.ly/Tmans_go_karts
I test drive my go kart that I built for my little girl.
These videos are for educational and entertainment purposes only. Always
seek professional advice and training before using any power tools.
Great forum for go kart information http://www.diygokarts.com/vb/
OUTRO/ENDING music : Distroy ( Midnight Conspiracy Remix)
Licensed under : Creative Commons Attribution license
INTRO music : KingKong Part 3 SampleBeat
License under : Creative Commons Attribution license
ibangbeatz website : http://ibangbeatzproductions.webs.com/
recumbent urban tricycle
Urban tricycle prototype test drive
Safety first and keep it cheap! Sturdy light construction, safe driver
cage, full suspension, 3 cargo containers, plastic rain cover, easy
electric hub motorisation, removable seat and battery pack - lock it on the
street. Pedelec category - under bicycle legislation - no licence, tax nor
insurance. In urban environment faster then a car. Leaning under
development-not perfect yet.
Go-kart steering design
Brief description of our go-kart project's steering mechanism. This evolved
from early sketches featuring steel cable-operation directly acting on the
steering arms. This approach would probably have worked but would have
interfered with suspension motion adversely and be prone to cable stretch
and hence steering slop. The final design retains a remnant of cable
operation in the 'capstan and bowstring' mechanism but fully isolates the
steering motion from the suspension motion.
The steering column directly operates the capstan around which the
bowstring cable is wound three turns and anchored in the centre to avoid
slip. The carriage runs on a pair of highly polished steel rods recycled
from a printer. Balljoints connect the steering tie rods to the steering
The advantage of this design is low cost and home-buildability when
compared with a rack-and-pinion which is an expensive item to buy at this
sort of size - much larger and much smaller ones are readily available.
Compared with a Pitman arm type arrangement this gives a larger available
steering lock angle and lower steering ratio - the result is light and
controllable steering without (we hope) the twitchiness of some home-built
The steering geometry here implements full Ackermann and minimises
bump-steer due to the maximal length tie-rod arms.
Extremely low budget Toyota Moon Buggy crawling over a Toyota flatbed