Three wheelers are some of the biggest fun you can have when it comes to all-terrain vehicles, and of all of the ones sold, Honda’s ATC 250R was the one to have. Not knocking the Big Red or the other four-strokes out there, but there was only one right answer to which trike you wanted to ride. The two-stroke bomber would scream. All you had to do was hit the throttle, make sure you had the steering in the right direction, and hold the hell on. ATC 250Rs had more than enough power to spare, a good suspension setup and lots of development that was taken from Honda’s earlier three-wheeled ATV models. Debuting for 1981, the ATC 250R would undergo two revisions before the model considered the pinnacle example: the 1985-86 ATC 250R. In 1987, after tons of legal battles, the Consumer Products Safety Commission placed a moratorium on production and sale of three-wheeled ATVs. But thirty years on and several Honda ATC200s later, I still want one of these like none other. I don’t care if I’m just power sliding in a dirt field somewhere.