After reading the post on the attrative sidecar bike, I decided to show a few picts of a three-wheeler I put together this fall. At this point it doesn't have a motor yet. The frame is one made in india which I picked up at a scrap metal yard about ten years ago. The fork is off an english bike which most closely matched the remenants of the original fork. I had to cut down and extend the threads on the steering tube. The left rear wheel is attached tightly to the rear axle. The right rear wheel has hub bearing in addition to the axle bearings. These bearings had desinigrated on this bike and I couldn't find any repacements. The axle diameter is 5/8" I machined new bearing out delrin. I put a wood flatbed on top of the rear basket. Installed a mountain bike rack on the front(not yet installed at the time of these pictures). After riding it off road hauling straw in a pasture, I plan to build a new rear subframe to lengthen the wheelbase to improve the stability and weight distribution. The load in the pictures weighed 120 pounds. This trike is a singlespeed for now.