Scandinavian firm Brudeli has launched an intriguing three-wheeled off-roader that they claim combines the benefits of a quad with the agility of a bike.
The 625L is based on a KTM supermoto with the normal rear end but uses the firm’s own design for the front end. It has two quad-like wheels to provide stability but the bike can still lean in to bends like it only has two wheels.
The lean system is not linked to how much the bike is turning like in many multi-wheeled bike concepts so it is still possible to countersteer and slide the rear on dirt.
The 625L also gets wide quad-like footboards that stay level with the ground even if the bike is leant right over potentially making for a machine that is very hard to fall off.
Click here to see a video clip of the bike in action plus loads of pictures from the design stages.
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