Green Machine Big Wheel Motorcycle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

At first glance this may look like the iconic big wheeled tricycle from the 1970s, but the Green Machine is an entirely different beast once you get past the aesthetic resemblance.

Designed to look just like the toy we all know and love from 1975 (right down to the 45″ front wheel), this trike is actually powered by Harley-Davidson V-Twin Evo engine, making it a full-fledged motorcycle. The motor pumps out 60 horsepower through the vehicle’s 6 speed transmission, and is good for speeds of up to 50 miles per hour. Equipped with a 8.5 gallon fuel tank, the 3 wheeler can cruise for up to 400 miles. This thing was built for the child in all of us. The 9-foot beast of a machine can be yours for $75,000. [Purchase]

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