2WD – 1969 Rokon Trailbreaker

In America, Off-Road by AbhiLeave a Comment

Founded in the early 60s, Rokon was created to sell a two-wheel drive ‘moto-tractor’. Using a combination of belt, chain, and shaft drives, both the front and rear wheels are powered, enabling the rider to cover the most rugged of terrain. These older Rokons are powered with a 130cc Chrylser engine, though newer ones come with Honda engines producing no more than 6 horsepower – you’ll never go fast, but you just might be able to go anywhere.


As an added bonus, the wheels are able to store liquids such as gasoline or water for long distance trips. Average top speed is around 20 mph – this is a bike only suited to agricultural use or an off-roading adventure that you trailer you bike to. But they’re charming and rare, which is what we like.


Find this Rokon Trailbreaker here on Craigslist for $2500 in Fresno, California.