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Basem Wasef

The Custom SS Trike: a Big Wheel for Grownups

By July 28, 2009

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Custom SS Trike If you think Victory and Harley's trike offerings are just a tad too restrained (!!), take a look at this bad boy. Manufactured by Olmax Fabrication LLC, the SS Trike is reminiscent of the Big Wheels we rode as kids-- except this one can be adjusted to accommodate riders between 5' and 6' 2" tall in less than five minutes. Oh, and it's got a 24-inch front wheel, two 14-inch rear wheels, and a choice of powerplants from Ultima, S&S or TP alongside an optional race-ready General Motors Powerglide-sourced automatic transmission.

Also available is an air-ride suspension, a solo seat with enclosed trunk, and multiple trim treatments. If your personal style is more... ahem, quiet and understated, the flames can be ditched for solid primary colors.

The SS Trike is entered in the production class of the 2009 AMD Official World Championship of Custom Bike Building, and will be on display at next week's Sturgis Rally. For more info, go to SS Trike's official website.

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Comments
July 29, 2009 at 2:02 pm
(1) Scottie says:

whimsical, but ridiculous. I would never want to ride that close to the ground.

August 13, 2009 at 12:36 am
(2) Christi Kapp says:

Actually, I sat on it at the AMD show in Sturgis and it is very comfortable.

Here is is wheel to wheel with our Flyin’ Trike. http://www.twitpic.com/cy0vu. And here is another fun trike based on a kid’s tricycle (Sky King) http://www.twitpic.com/d10te

July 17, 2010 at 4:51 pm
(3) Brian Furman says:

Dude, that is really sweet. A bit over the top on the flames but incredible work.

July 31, 2010 at 2:01 pm
(4) Shawman says:

Does it have the “spin out” handle?

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