No, sorry. That ain't drifting.
Let's get the terminology straight here:
is going around a turn with the rear wheels sliding sideways, either braking, or no power.
is going around a turn with the rear wheels slilding sideways, under power.
is going around a turn, with all wheels sliding sideways
It is scary as sh*t to do, and I've never heard of anyone who could reliably perform it on a bicycle. For that matter, 99.99% of the weenies who have rice-motorcycles and think they are hot stuff--do not have the nads to really do it either. In a well-balanced car, it is easy to demonstrate on a gravel road at fairly low speeds (~20 mph).
On a motorcycle on pavement, it takes a very
smooth road and fairly high speeds (75+ MPH); it cannot be done at low speeds at all
In GP motorcycle racing, it is used to brake while entering a turn, while keeping the motorcycle pointed for exiting
the turn. In racing, GP motorcycles are rear-wheel drive, but riders strive to get BOTH tires to wear the same amount. GP motorcycles rode this way leave TWO skid-marks into every turn, even though the riders do not use the brakes at that point at all
There are a zillion home-made motorcycle "drifting" videos on YouTube, and almost all of them are fake because the riders in the video can't really do it. The easiest way to really see what it really is,,,, is to look at professional GP racing
videos, where it is fairly common.