This uber-functional dirt bike, used for clearing riding trails, was home-built using parts scavenged from a worn-out Honda TRX250 four-wheeler and parts of a Kawasaki Tecate 3-wheel ATV. The finished fat-wheel style trail bike has electric starting, ultra-low gearing, shaft drive, and reverse. It’s not terribly fast, but it can confidently tackle any terrain and chug up and over just about any obstacle.
You should go read the build thread on the Adventure Rider web forum. The fabrication tricks and “can-do” attitude that went into this build are remarkable.
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IMAGE: XR4EVER at ADVrider.com