Much more hard-edged than the Can-Am Spyder, the Lazareth Triazuma combines the performance of a superbike with the instability of a trike. Choosing to embrace the inherent flaws of a three-wheeled platform, the Triazuma should be as exciting to ride as it is frightening. The 180 bhp four-cylinder engine is borrowed from a 2006 Yamaha R1 while the styling combines that bike's seat with a CBR 954RR headlight, the rest comes from the company's own Quadrazuma 4-wheeler. Unlike the Spyder, the Triazuma doesn't feature any sort of traction control or antilock brakes, so get ready for tail slides. Lazareth
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