Motorized tricycle (Philippines)

Motorized tricycles, or simply tricycles (known in the rest of the world as a motorcycle and sidecar), are an indigenous form of the auto rickshaw and are a common means of public or private transportation in the Philippines. These public utility vehicles either ply a set route or are for-hire, like taxis. The Boracay Budget Travel website says of the motorized tricycle, “The tricycle is the most popular means of transport in small towns and cities, especially in the rural areas.”[1]

The tricycle (motorcycle and sidecar) was invented in 1903 by Mr. W. J. Graham of Graham Brothers, Enfield, Middlesex, England.[2]

Motorized tricycle (filippines)

Tricycles are built in a variety of styles, which differ from city to city, and are usually made locally by building a sidecar and affixing it to an imported motorcycle. Usually both the cycle and sidecar are covered, but not always by the same roof. Larger companies, such as Fitcor Marketing, also manufacture passenger tricycles.[3] They are built with more seats with the motor situated at the back, rather than below the driver as per a motorcycle

Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)
Motorized tricycle (filippines)

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