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Attaching motors to drift trikes has seen the sport's popularity flourish over the last 12 months. Traditionally a recreation for residents of hilly areas, both companies and DIYers have begun integrating gas and electric motors in a bid to extend the experience to flatter terrain. Auto parts manufacturer SFD Industries is at the forefront of this rise in motorized three-wheeled drifting, and is staking its claim in the form the Big Wheel Drift Trike that boasts a whopping inch front wheel. According to Agner, the PVC sleeves wrapped around the rear wheels to create the loss of traction are thicker than most, and should allow for months of sideways action. Another point of difference for the Big Wheel Drift Trike is the resting place for the rider's feet.
The popularity of drift trikes has been on the increase recently after someone came up with the idea of attaching motors to them. Companies along with DIY enthusiasts have been putting electric or gas powered motors onto the trikes to get the most out of them when used in flatter regions. It feels super stable and is proportioned similar to a child's big wheel to really make an adult look and feel like a kid again. The Big Wheel Drift Trike relies on a motor of 6. One of the main differences between the Big Wheel Drift Trike and the Tortuga Trike, which is also a big hit, is where the rider places their feet on the Big Wheel.