I stumbled upon a great guide on the internet about making drift trikes. Although I would write this by myself, I think it is even better if I just show you that on my page. Note that all credits for this article goes to josh333. I am just showing off the work of a genious.
If you haven’t heard of the new craze called drift triking then you are missing out!
A drift trike consists of a tricycle with a pneumatic front wheel and hard plastic rear wheels.
The front wheel can have a freewheeling crank or foot pegs
Original Drift Triking
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Step 1: History
Drift Trikes are tricycles that have slick rear wheels, normally made from a hard plastic material. They are usually ridden on paved roads with a steep downhill gradient and some corners. Smooth roads are preferred to coarse chip sealed road as coarse surfaces tend to wear rear wheels faster.
Riders gather momentum through gravity, although some drift trikes have pedals. Pedals are useful for slow speed riding, but are of no use at high speed. Drift trikes can reach speeds of up to 90km/h, but the normal operating speed is between 25 and 65km/h.
Drift trikes have come along way, one of the first mass produced trike was the Huffy slider as pictured.
Many people upgrade huffy sliders where as some build them from scratch. In this instructable I will be using the front end from the slider and building a bolt on MOTORIZED rear end.