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The Triciclo Kamikaze May be Engineless, But Still Looks Heavy-Duty

 - Jul 22, 2011
References: coroflot & designbuzz
The Triciclo Kamikaze isn't your typical tricycle. Forget about the traditional training wheels for little ones, this ride looks more like a motorized trike than a three-wheeled bicycle. A heavy-duty mean machine, it nevertheless does away with the engine so as to make it pollution-free.

Designed by Mariano Ayastuy, the Triciclo Kamikaze offers a cool and manly city ride. Thankfully, Ayastuy's love for nature compelled him to create something eco-friendly. Larger than a pedal bike, the Triciclo Kamikaze withstands impacts while ensuring a better grip when landing during off-road adventures. It also features a structural pipe box section, an aluminum circular 2-inch team Shimano Alivio derailleur and mechanical disc brakes.