• Mar 24, 2008
Click on the image above for more high-res shots of the Luber Stilet

Looking like it just time-warped from the set of Mad Max into the Motobike Salon in Moscow, Russia, is the Luber Custom Stilet trike. What looks like rusty metal body panels is really just an airbrushed effect; the body is molded from fiberglass. Powered by a 300 horsepower 5.7 liter V8 and automatic tranny of unmentioned origin (probably a Chevy 350), we imagine that this trike has no problem getting out of its own way.

Not into the post-apocalyptic look? No problem, Luber appears happy to paint the machine to suit your preferences, all for the price of $50 grand. This is one machine that will definitely stand apart from the crowd, whether at a bike show or your local hangout... which is more than we can say for the majority of bikes rolling out of the custom shops these days. Thanks for the tip, Greg!


[Source: cardesign.ru / Luber Custom)


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Beautiful... just beautiful....:)
      • 6 Years Ago
      Love it! That's what Iiiiiiiiiiii'm talkin' bout! ;) lol
      • 6 Years Ago
      ....I AM THE NIGHT RIDER!!!!!!!
      • 6 Years Ago
      It looks like something I would have tried to make as a kid! I love it! :D
      • 6 Years Ago
      Still... Again, whichever...

      Why two rear wheels and one front wheel? (inherently unstable, and tips under braking.)

      Why not two front wheels and one REAR wheel? Better stability for three wheels, and simpler drivetrain.


      And $50k for this??? I can think of a few better ways to spend $50k.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Pretty f'in cool!
      • 6 Years Ago
      I think its so long it won't have much stability issues. Then again, it may, but anyone who buys it (and the builder) don't care.

      I love the post-apocalyptic look. Only downside is that it looks like it hardly turns by the look of the front wheel. Oh well, just point it down that straight American freeway and squeeze the throttle!
      • 6 Years Ago
      it looks like something out of starwars.