Dubbed the Lean Mean Green Machine, this 2.7m long, gas-powered tricycle sports a fixed 45-inch front wheel with the rear wheels controlling the steering via two handheld levers. Gear changes are controlled by a foot pedal. An air-cooled, 80cc Harley-Davidson Evo engine propels the Machine up to 80km/h while its 32-litre tank gives it a range of roughly 640km, though I really doubt this thing is even remotely street legal.
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