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June 4, 2008

Extertec SPYKSTER – Extreme Trike

at 5:20 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Insane Equipment

The Extertec SPYKSTER is a very cool looking trike! The new steering concept that it uses looks very comfortable and simple to use. I wonder when we will be seeing more vehicles using that steering method.

"The vehicle has proven itself to be extremely capable, traveling at speeds in excess of 230kph(140mph) with no sensitivity issues and possessing the turning circle of a small car. The ‘G’ forces the vehicle can exert on the rider are to say the least extreme and open up new riding experiences for users of these type of vehicles while maintaining maximum stability and control."



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5 Responses to “Extertec SPYKSTER – Extreme Trike”

  1. Brian Says:

    That is almost certainly the coolest vehicle I have ever seen.

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  3. sid Says:

    just a thought.. aint this concept gonna hinder the cornering capabilities of the bike? i mean.. this means that the driver
    cannot lean into the corner.. and this means he cant corner that hard…

  4. God Says:

    @ sid
    I don’t think that would necessarily be true. Cars already corner faster (at higher entry and exit speeds, g-forces, etc) than bikes already. It may in fact be true, however without proper testing we’ll never know.

  5. Kumo Says:

    It’s not really a new type of steering from what I can see, I hink i saw one like tis as early as 6(birth 1989)

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