The unique and “distinctive” Russian agricultural bike can crawl its way through all kinds of mud and slush with 12-inch wide, 25-inch diameter fat wheels and a simple two-wheel drive system.
The Taurus 2×2 is a lightweight and simple, two-wheeled drive motorbike that pulls apart in minutes to fit in the trunk of a car. It is unique, extra-light with super small-size and a reliable vehicle. The fast folding motorbike is ideal for fans of hunting, fishing, tourism, travel and active recreations.
With that 210cc engine in it, it weighs in at just 82 kg (181 lb). With a smaller motor, you can get it under 60 kg (132 lb), making it reasonably easy to haul the bike up and over any obstacles, you can’t ride over with those giant 25×12-inch fat tires.
Utility racks on the front and rear are handy for carrying things. And since the bike is so light and the tires have so much air in them, you can wash it off by floating it in a river and giving it a bit of throttle.
It has an affordable price of around 75,000 Russian roubles or a little over US$1,100 per bike, and it seems the Taurus is already in production with at least several dozens already made.