Saturday 12 October 2013

The Greatest Custom Drift Trike Gallery You Will See This Year

We love Drift Trikes and the burgeoning custom community around them. As a comparatively cheap past-time that is enjoyed around the world, the simple process of placing plastic pipe sleeves over the rear tyres of a Huffy Slider has evolved into a diverse scene filled with impressive talent and great new ideas. Take a look at this awesome gallery of custom Drift Trikes - all under one roof for your viewing pleasure!


Some Trikes in this gallery are clearly DIY jobs, welded together in a garage from old bits of scaffold pole and cannibalised children's bikes. Others, like the DW Custom Trike (complete with airbag suspension) has been built by a car chop shop in the spare time between installing lowrider suspension to custom cars.

This one has to be our favourite

1 comment:

  1. CAD geometry for the nozzle showing high precision machining a easily curved nozzle floor and the ensuing 3D printed half from an STL file generated from the CAD with very low-resolution. Note the flat, segmented sides on the printed nozzle floor may be} artifacts of the low STL resolution. A line drawing of two halves of a sphere saved at different STL resolutions. The left facet of the sphere is saved at a decrease resolution, whereas the proper facet is saved at a higher resolution.