For those who’ve never seen this vehicle, it’s made by Canadian company BPG Werks and called the DTV Shredder. It’s basically a gas-powered, dual tracked recreational vehicle that consists of two caterpillar tracks steered by activating a dual CVT connected to the rider deck. As the rider leans the deck side to side, the speed of the tracks change allowing for differential steering. Continue reading for a video and more information.

The Shredder is powered by a 196cc, two-stroke gasoline engine, which is connected to a dual-CVT drive. A total of 13 horsepower offer riders a top speed of 30 miles per hour, which probably seems plenty fast on an upright rig like this one. Riders stand on a pivoting, spiked deck that turns by way of leaning, just like a skateboard, while the upright handle offers throttle and brake, and a place to hang on.

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