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    by Published on 12-21-2014 01:08 PM
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    Three wheelers have been subject to ignorance and hate for a very long time, and after the infamous Consent Decree in the late '80's, three wheeler production ceased. However, we take a look back into a few special models that never seemed to have rolled off the showroom floor...or did they? Join us as the hunt continues, indulge in the legend and grab a beer while you're at it.
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    by Published on 12-19-2014 01:00 PM
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    This upcoming March will be quite a month. With both the Imperial Invasion and a full week long tribute to trikes taking place, you won't want to miss out on these events. Click "read more" for the full article.
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    by Published on 12-17-2014 01:00 PM
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    Glamis, 1985. Were you there? This cool, 42 minute home video from back in the day should take you back like you are still there. Grab a cold one, sit down and watch this really cool video and get nostalgic.
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    by Published on 12-15-2014 01:26 PM
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    We're back with another special feature you'll only find here on 3 WHeeLeR WoRLD. Last month, we showed you a really special '86 Honda 350X that was for all purposes "brand new". This time, while the bike has been used, it has a cool history behind it that we think you guys just might like.
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    by Published on 12-13-2014 01:00 PM
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    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.
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    by Published on 12-11-2014 01:00 PM
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    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.
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    by Published on 12-09-2014 01:00 PM
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    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?!
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