Russian Craftsmen Built This Steampunk Trike Inspired By “Joseph Stalin” Locomotive – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Russian Craftsmen Built This Steampunk Trike Inspired By “Joseph Stalin” Locomotive

Steampunk is an art inspired by steam energy of the XIX century. It’s always about metal. Creators of this trike found inspiration in the locomotive “Joseph Stalin”. Unfortunately it’s more an art object than a functional motorcycle. It was made in Saint-Petersburg in a custom shop Asook Customs.

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The front part of the trike repeats the contours of the locomotive. And the wheels with five-pointed stars are rather cool.

But the trike does not have a handle bar but has vertical hands aside from the fuel tank. But they won’t help to turn the vehicle left or right.






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