Wheels on the Bus
This is the first and only time the trike has done this. Started to add some throttle and got dizzy. Had to quit.
This video shows 4 revolutions. I had 6 in my brain. The turning radius is getting smaller each revolution. Steering wheel was at or near lock. The decrease in radius is due to the increasing lean encouraged by the throttle increase. The trike can achieve full lean at very low speeds. It has been done when leaving a parking space. I was being a showoff and it was fun.
If we turn the Lean Control System off near the vertical position, the chassis pivot will self-lock. When the trike is driven in this way, the chassis will always have some lean to the outside of a corner. A vertical kingpin centered on the wheel patch would help, but drive ability would suffer.