Our motor tricycle (three wheel motorcycle) is design for
delivering the goods.Best for village people and vendor.
1.New modeling side cover and the harmonious collocation compact, a
smooth fluent ,elegant and fashionable.
2.Seat cushion upgrade: use 4.5-12/5.0-12 three-wheeled swap tires,
tire grounding the gender is strong, the vehicle driving more
stable and free road.
3.Special frame welding materials with vehicle frame, the vehicle
carrying capacity is greatly improved.
4.Strengthen driving axle design, vehicle parts in the same case,
compared with common driving axle, kilometers to save more the
average fuel consumption, economy stronger.
5.Treasure overlord quality promotion engine special field ,the
gear piston rings reinforce the key parts, engine high
temperature resistant performance, stronger, better able to adapt
to the long distance heavy demand.
More detailed of the goods:
Engine model number
1 cylinder,4stroke,air or water-cooled
Rated .power & rotating speed(r/min)
lowest no-load speed stability
Brake operate Mode(F/R)
Design Max speed
white/yellow/red/bright red/blue/green/dark green
CKD(in pieces): 48units/40HQ
Tricycle Common Sense
A tricycle, often abbreviated to trike, is a three-wheeled vehicle.
While tricycles are often associated with the small three-wheeled
vehicles used by pre-school-age children, they are also used by
adults for a variety of purposes. In the United States and Canada,
adult-sized tricycles are used primarily by older persons for
recreation, shopping, and exercise. In Asia and Africa, tricycles
are used primarily for commercial transportation, either of
passengers in pedicabs, or of freight and deliveries.
Human-powered trikes are usually powered by pedals, although some
models have hand cranks. Motorized trikes can be powered with a
variety of methods, including motorcycle engines, smaller automatic
transmission scooter motors, and electric motors. The legal
definitions of vehicle types vary widely in different jurisdictions
around the world.
Urban delivery trikes are designed and constructed for transporting
large loads. These trikes include a cargo area consisting of a
steel tube carrier, an open or enclosed box, a flat platform, or a
large, heavy-duty wire basket. These are usually mounted over one
or both wheels, low behind the front wheel, or between parallel
wheels at either the front or rear of the vehicle, to keep the
center of gravity low. The frame and drivetrain must be constructed
to handle loads several times that of an ordinary bicycle; as such,
extra low gears may added. Other specific design considerations
include operator visibility and load suspension. Many, but not all,
cycles used for the purpose of vending goods such as ice cream cart
trikes or hot dog vending trikes are cargo bicycles.
Freight trikes are most often of the tadpole configuration, with
the cargo box (platform, etc.) mounted between the front wheels.
India and China are significant strongholds of the rear-loading
"delta" carrier trike. Freight trikes are also designed for indoor
use in large warehouses or industrial plants. The advantage of
using freight trikes rather than a motor vehicle is that there is
no exhaust, which means that the trike can be used inside
warehouses. While another option is electric golf cart-style
vehicles, freight trikes are human-powered, so they do not have the
maintenance required to keep batteries on golf carts charged up.
Common uses include:
1.Delivery services in dense urban environments
2.Food vending in high foot traffic areas (including specialist ice
3.Transporting trade tools, including around large installations
such as power stations
4.Airport cargo handling
6.Warehouse inventory transportation
7.Mail and food collection
3.Motorized freight trikes
In Asian and Southeast Asian countries, motorized trikes are used
as small freight trucks and commercial vehicles. Nicknamed
"three-wheelers" or "tuk-tuks" in popular parlance, they are a
motorized version of the traditional rickshaw or velotaxi. They
have a small three-wheeled cart driven by a person, and is related
to the cabin cycle.While they are mostly used as taxis for hire,
they are also used for commercial and freight deliveries. They are
particularly popular where traffic congestion is a problem in
cities like Bangkok, Dhaka, Ahmedabad, Pune, Delhi, Mumbai,
Chennai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru, They usually have a sheet-metal
body or open frame that rests on three wheels, a canvas roof with
drop-down sides, a small cabin in the front of the vehicle for the
driver, an air-cooled scooter version of a two-stroke engine, with
handlebar controls instead of a steering wheel. The smaller
motorized trikes are used as delivery vehicles for lighter loads.
The larger trikes, with more powerful engines, have larger cargo
bays, and they can carry freight within a city.