Triking of Marlingford in Norfolk are the UK based manufacturers of the 3-wheeled Triking Cyclecar.
Trikings are inspired by the 1930's Morgan 3 wheelers, and are essentially a modernised version of these. They are also in practice a cross between a sports car and a microcar.
Former Lotus employee Tony Divey built the first Triking in the late 1970s in response to being unable to acquire a Morgan.
The original Triking featured a steel space-frame with an alloy panels and glass-fibre bonnet, and was powered by a Moto Guzzi V-twin motorcycle engine. This proved popular and production eventuated. In 1990 Divey redesigned the Cyclecar with a new tubular front end and a one piece glass-fibre "body".
An employee of Divey's, Alan Layzell, built his own supercharged Triking, giving prodigious performance.
- Triking 1979-90
Sources of Information
-  Wikipedia
- A-Z British Cars 1945-1980 by Graham Robson. Published by Herridge and Sons. ISBN 0-9541063-9-3