What’s the name of this type of motorcycle ?
What is the name of those motorcycle fronted pick-up agricultural vehicles seen in the Far East
- J.B.SchneiderLv 72 weeks ago
Oh Deere. ...........
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
When I was overseas in the army, we just called them "Lambrettas" because most were made by them and that was the name across the back. They were even used as taxis - not very comfortable !!!
- J R SpigotLv 43 weeks ago
Not just the far east.
They used to have those in Mogadishu when I was there in 1974 ... can't go there any more ...
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Ape (aah-pay) Italian for bee.
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- RobsteriarkLv 73 weeks ago
Most of them are variants of what are colloquially known as Tuk-Tuks.
Some are home-made, others are commercially-produced by companies like Piaggio, as we even have them in the UK (not many though), and they’re fairly common in southern and eastern Europe.
The simplest ones are even more primitive and are based upon a rugged little piece of machinery called a “mechanical donkey” a.k.a. “peasants tractor”. Unlike Tuk-Tuks, those are driven by just the front wheel which has the motor and fuel tank mounted directly atop the wheel.