//ArrowChat Code
  • Fan Page

  • The Front Page RSS Feed

    by Published on 12-13-2014 01:00 PM
    Article Preview

    This sweet new 1985-86 ATC 250R frame has just hit the market. Built by Dave Moore, it's a product that has been in the making for quite some time. As advertised, it's got a "high profile removable and adjustable subframe, with increased room for spark plug when using large aftermarket cylinder, and increased room for large carb and air filter". It also fits stock radiators, the fuel tank, the rear plastic, and the seat. It will fit an in frame pipe, stock foot pegs, and the rear brake lever. It can also be set up to take Pro-Link rear suspension or the Inter-Link suspension that he designed for another chassis. A huge benefit over stock is that it weighs a whopping 13.5 lbs LESS than OEM.

    It can also be ordered with adjustments such as "adding an additional rear motor mount bar so that you can run the '88/'89 TRX250R swingarm, different footpeg mount options, and more". It was also stated that you could order a welded rear linkage mount in so that if the buyer wanted, they could use the entire TRX450R linkage set up from swingarm to shock to frame. If that wasn't crazy enough, you can order one of these things for a whopping $700. That's an absolute steal, given the prices of the parts on the market today. It has some different methodology and ways of building the frame, some creative fabrication you'll have to check out. Hop on over here to check it out more and leave a comment.
    by Published on 12-11-2014 01:00 PM
    Article Preview

    Way back in October of '09, member shortline10 picked up an interesting frame...one not since since the early days of three wheeling and very much aftermarket. It turned out to be a Dickson Design and Development frame, designed to add a rear shock to Honda's ATC 90 and 110 models which is a big upgrade for the machines otherwise known as "hardtails" providing better handling, more rider comfort and built specifically for racing, if you were willing to build the machine. This one has a 12" shock out back and an ATC90 engine stroked to 180cc's. We definitely wanted to highlight this unique build. It's definitely a standout piece! Check the out the full build thread here.
    by Published on 12-09-2014 01:00 PM
    Article Preview

    Continuing where we left off last month after bringing you some of the arguably coolest pictures (and our favorites!) from around the internet and social media, we've decided that it's time for round 2! As per last time, we get that not everyone is into every social media outlet, so sometimes it's easy to miss some of these exciting photos from around the world. During each month we compile our favorite shots that we like or think are very cool so that everyone can see them. The three wheeler world is very active and alive and these photos capture the moments well. Clicking the title will send you right to this months gallery.

    As before, if you think you've got a really sick shot you'd like the whole world to see, submit them to us either in a photo comment below, to our Facebook page, or via Instagram with the hastag #3wheelerworld. We want to see your pics! What are you waiting for?!
    by Published on 12-07-2014 01:00 PM
    Article Preview

    Originally posted on the forums back in July of 2013 by forum member Derrick Adams, we thought this Yahama WR426F conversion was done so well and so fantastic that it was worth mentioning here on the front page. It was built with only two things in mind: to build a OEM style modernized Yahama three wheeler and to keep everything "bolt on". This conversion was done absolutely right. The WR bike was chosen simply because it was cheap and easy to come by. The original frame was not modified in any way, allowing the bike to be re-converted back to a two wheeler at any time (but we ask ourselves we would you even want to?). The rear end of the machine was assembled using a careful selection of YFZ quad parts, but required a good amount of work to make possible. This included fabricating adapter plates, narrowing the swingarm and making several custom bushings. However, the end result shines, and all that hard work was definitely worth it in the end. Check out all the pictures, read about the build as it came together and leave a comment by clicking here.
    by Published on 12-05-2014 01:00 PM
    Article Preview

    After a successful Baja style race hosted by Arizona Off Road Promotions this past November that hosted three wheelers (as well as bikes, quads and the like), they've gone one step further and opened up a full on season schedule consisting of 12 races, across the state or Arizona at different locations. One race will be held each month. This season is also notable in that they will be running by a points system as well. These races will vary in distance as well as the type of terrain they cover. At the end of the season, one three wheeler desert race champion will be crowned. At this time, further information has yet to be announced (including sign ups etc.), but we will keep you updated with the latest news as it becomes available. You can check out the full 2015 season schedule by clicking here.
    by Published on 12-03-2014 01:00 PM
    Article Preview

    Over a period of several years, our forum member El Camexican decided to do a long term comparison between two different 2 stroke oil brands and their suggested ratios for operation. He compared 32:1 PJ1 to 50:1 Motul, complete with all variables down to ring end gapping measurements. His findings were very interesting, where as one came out notably on top of the other. This is one of the few long term comparisons we've seen, so props to him for investing his time to the research that he could bring to the table for everyone to view. You can view his findings by clicking here, and be sure to drop a comment while you're at it.
    by Published on 11-28-2014 01:00 PM
    Article Preview

    Check out this seriously wicked first generation 250R build owner Jake Schmitz put together. The monster bike has a whole host of things done to it. Click the title for an entire rundown of the build.

    Page 5 of 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
  • 3WW Shop Banner

  • Recent Forum Posts


    Help with my New Purchase 1986 Tri Z 250. What oil mixture ratio for this bike?

    Hi I'm New to the forum All the way from Northern Ireland! I have just purchased a Mint condition Yamaha 1986 Tri Z.
    I used to own a Honda 200X trike many years ago when I was 16. I would like...

    Mrporshe944 08-15-2018, 07:24 PM Go to last post

    87 & 88 KLF 185 Bayou muffler is the same, but...

    87 & 88 KLF 185 Bayou muffler is the same, but again like you said there isn't much out there and what is, is very pricey. I have 2 185's. A really nice one and the other needs alot of TLC but I had...

    MRSOUND 08-15-2018, 07:16 PM Go to last post

    Can't really argue with that logic. Keep us...

    Can't really argue with that logic.

    Keep us posted on the build. The hardtail enthusiasts will be watching.

    The only advice I can give you on getting the motor back in is get an extra pair of...

    keister 08-15-2018, 01:03 PM Go to last post

    its been a while since we've had a 200es build...

    its been a while since we've had a 200es build around here! I would use alumabrite on all the cast pieces rather than paint them, but that's just a personal preference. Definitely watching this, i...

    83ATC185 08-15-2018, 12:42 PM Go to last post

    200ES build

    I think I've come to the conclusion that the 200ES is about the most perfect ATC ever built.....for me. Shaft drive, dual range, electric start, reverse. Plenty of power but is perfectly at home...

    Gabriel 08-15-2018, 10:29 AM Go to last post
//ArrowChat Integreation Code //