Welcome to Rokon, the only true all-terrain vehicle on planet Earth. The world’s original and longest producing manufacturer of all wheel drive motorcycles, Rokons have taken riders to places that no other vehicle can for over 50 years. Rugged, lightweight, with wide tires, and a high ground clearance, Rokons deliver sure-footed traction and plenty of pulling power. A wide range of accessories completes the Rokon’s unmatched versatility for work or recreational activities. For more on the evolution of Rokon through the years, please check out the timeline below.
Inventor Charles Fehn designs and produces the first all wheel drive motorcycle, dubbed Trailmaker with his patented power transfer system.
Nethercutt Industries purchases Charles Fehn’s designs and rebrands it Trail-Breaker. Production begins in Sylmar, California.
The most successful dealer of Nethercutt’s Trail-Breaker, Orla Larsen, takes control and moves production to Wilmington, Vermont, rebranding the line of
Rokon is sold and moves to Keene, New Hampshire where production is expanded.
The classic Trail-Breaker design is produced in Keene, New Hampshire during the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. The most common classic models
Rokon debuts the RT 140 with rear-wheel drive only.
In the mid-1970s, Rokon experiments with enduro racing and motocrossers, including the first fully automatic transmission. The advancements by Rokon
Rokon debuts the Mark IV Trail-Breaker, the first Rokon with a 3-speed plunger transmission that is still used on today’s production
Rokon relocates to Jaffrey, New Hampshire and refocuses on its core all wheel drive models, producing the Mark V and
Rokon moves operations to Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
The Ranger becomes the first ROKON model to feature a 4-stroke engine; a Honda GX160 with 5.5 HP. Cycle World dubbed it, “the bike they
The Trail-Breaker is redesigned to also feature a four stroke engine from Kohler.
Rokon moves operations to Rochester, New Hampshire where it is still located today.
Rokon introduces hydraulic brakes as an optional upgrade for increased stopping power. This is now a standard feature on all
Rokon debuts patented AutoGrab Front Suspension as an optional upgrade. Now a standard feature of the Trail-Breaker.
Rokon introduces the Kohler 7 HP engine as an optional upgrade for increased pulling power. This is now the standard