What do you get if you cross this…
Car Crushing Monster Motorbike
Could this be the World’s Biggest Bike? No, this is THE WORLD’S HEAVIEST MOTORCYCLE.
Measuring 30 foot long (9.14 m) and weighing 14 tonnes, this Monster Bike is powered by a V6 Detroit Diesel with an Allison Automatic Transmission. What is so amazing about this motorcycle, is that it does not require training wheels to hold it upright. Even crushing a car does not tip it over. Take a look………
Designed and built in Perth, Australia, mechanic Ray Baumann spent over $250,000 building the “Monster Motorbike”, Each of the Monster Motorbike’s tires weigh as much as the entire motorbike of the Guinness World Record title holder, Fabio Feggiani’ for the “Biggest Motorcycle”.
Fabio’s Sky Scraping “Worlds Biggest” Motorcycle measures only 20 ft long, supported on either side by training wheels and weighing only 3 tonnes. Fabio’s is also not designed for speed and power, even though he used a modified Detroit Diesel inline V6 to power it.
But at nearly 4 times heavier and 1/3 longer, this bike could eat Fabio’s. But don’t be sad Fabio, you still have the tallest.
Sky Scraping Motorcycle
Perhaps the next bike could be the World’s Biggest Bike? No, this is THE WORLD’S TALLEST MOTORCYCLE.
The Guinness World Records confirmed that Fabio Feggiani has built the tallest ever ride-able motorbike. This motorcycle measures 5 metres (16.4 foot) tall from the top of the handlebars to the ground. How does the rider steer it unless the rider has the World’s Longest Arms. Well you will just have to watch the video. Believe it or not, this bike is ride-able, but I wouldn’t like to try to turn it in a car-park.
Not quite as tall as the Sky Scraping Motorcycle, and not as heavy as the Monster Motorbike, measuring 6 metres Long and 3 metres tall, the Dream Big is a very big bike weighing 6500 lbs (2,950 kg). I doubt it would fit in my garage. Dream Big is powered by a 502 Chevy engine producing 500 hp of pure muscle.
The Leonhardt Gunbus is powered by a massive 6728cc V-Twin 4 stroke engine. This massive motorbike weighs 650 kg (1,433 pounds) and is 3.7 m (12 feet) long. The lowest setting for the seat height is 800 mm (31.5 inches), making this bike rideable for most people.
Leonhardt Manufacturing is a visionary and innovative company located in the south-west of Germany. The GUNBUS 410 is completely handmade. Unfortunately the creators of the GUNBUS 410 have not posted a video onto the Internet of this monster motorcycle being ridden. However, YouTube does provide a video of the engine running.
The GUNBUS 410 will soon have a sidecar as an available option.
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Manufactured between 1981-1983, the Honda AB12 Trunk Bike is powered by a 49cc air cooled 2 stroke engine and is a single speed with an automatic clutch. The Trunk Bike weighs 45 kg (99 lb).
The Trunk Bike was sold as an optional extra, designed to fit in the boot (trunk) of the Honda Jazz car, measuring 1185 mm (47 inches) Long × 240 mm (10 inches) Wide x 540 mm (21 inches) High.
AB12 Trunk Bike Races
Not quite the World’s Smallest Rideable motorcycle, but it is getting smaller. The project began by modifying a Runt Bike.
As you can see, the frame was cut and re-welded and a 31cc Ryobi Weed Eater engine was fitted.
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World’s Smallest Ride-able Motorcycle
This is the official World’s Smallest Motorcycle 2003, the Small toe, manufactured by Tom Wiberg of Sweden.
The front wheel diameter is only a tiny 16 mm (0.62 in) and the rear wheel diameter is 22 mm (0.86 in).
The Small Toe Micro-motorcycle has a wheelbase of 80 mm (3.14 in), a seat height of 65 mm (2.55 in), weighs 1.1 kg (2.4 lb). It can reach 2 km/h (1.24 mph) powered by the 0.22 kW (0.3 hp) engine.
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However, the following tiny motorcycles are my choice for the World’s Smallest, because they look more like motorbikes.
It is hard to comprehend how dedicated these inventors are. It must have taken months or even years to design and build these incredible motorcycles. I don’t think we can go smaller with the motorcycle still being ride-able.
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