Don’t mistake it by tagging the bike featured above as Yamaha V-Max. Unlike that two-wheeled muscle car, it is a tilting three-wheeled (TTW) giant designed to meet the tough circumstances aroused while riding on two wheels. And the only answer was retaining its purpose but altering its look or rather enhancing it.And the credit for this goes to Tilting Motor Works.
Right from Legos to other incredible things is the Three-Wheeled V-Max MP3 that can transform your bike into a real big Piaggio MP3 by tapering its eight bolts. The V-Max was introduced at the 2007 Cycle World International Motorcycle Show scheduled in Seattle on 30 November, 1-2 December.
The group would be entertaining orders or any delivery related issues in mid of 2008. It’s testing went successfully. The suspension makes use of works performance shocks and brakes that germinates from two Buell perimeter style 6 piston calipers. The suspension on this new TTW is far superior to the design on my original Honda. V-Max would burn the road with its power.
Small glitches have been identified and the kit requires the elimination of the stock V-Max front forks, wheels and brakes. The kit glides into the triple tree and connects with eight-bolts underneath the frame where you would usually accumulate crash bars. Here new huge brake lines are then retreated to the calipers. A fully-furnished bike would be available for sale only in 2008.