Can you get a Sidecar for a Trike? ( Three wheeler motorbike )?
If not then why?
Also any other information regarding my question would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for reading & answering
- fuzzyLv 63 weeks ago
do you mean something like this?
- curmudgeon55Lv 73 weeks ago
actual trike info needed- tadpole or Delta? Tadpole could probably get basic sidecar fitted with minimal effort - have seen Cam Am tadpole from Polaris at rally with steib copy , indian made Velorex on right side. Also watsonian 2 seater on BMW R69 frame on left side english style.
- adamLv 43 weeks ago
can you get one? No. Nobody makes that. Can you make one? Sure. As someone else here stated the sidecar will be located in front of the rear wheel . Thus having two wheels on one side in line with each other but the vehicle wont be to wide, so yes it could be done. That side car will be narrow .
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- ExoplanetLv 73 weeks ago
You can get anything for anything. All it takes is time and money. Seems kinda like coals to Newcastle, though. We already have four-wheeled thingies called cars.
- 3 weeks ago
Maybe custom ordered or a DIY.
BUT where would it be located?
Go buy a convertible car, you can some air moving around you without the hassle.
- BarryLv 43 weeks ago
I doubt it's feasible. Consider a covered trailer.
- NancyLv 63 weeks ago
And where exactly would the sidecar go? The third wheel is where the sidecar would normally go. I mean, I guess it's theoretically possible to somehow attach a sidecar beyond that wheel, which would require an extremely heavy piece of metal frame to be able to attach it to the frame of the trike, but then you'd have a trike and sidecar wider than a car trying to fit in road lanes, certainly wider than what's legal.
- RonLv 73 weeks ago
If not then why? Because there's a width limit on motor vehicles. Because a three wheeler with a side car becomes a convertible car
- JetDocLv 73 weeks ago
NO! A trike is already several feet wider than a 2-wheeler. Adding a sidecar to that width would make it too wide to legally operate on most public streets and highways. If you want to carry extra gear, pull a trailer!