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Say Hello to The Weirdest Motorcycles in The World

By November 29, 2019 No Comments
Weirdest Motorcycles in The World

Say Hello to The Weirdest Motorcycles in The World

Motorcycle companies across the world indulge in designing models that bring out something that has never been seen before. Not to mention, they achieve this goal every single time. But what happens when millennials from different parts of the world rework on models offered by these companies? The answer is simple – we get to see some really weird creations that no one would have thought of.

Today, we bring to you a list of motorcycles from different parts of the world that are not at all normal.

Longest Motorcycle

Longest Motorcycle

For the first motorcycle on our list, let’s take you to India. Bharat Singh Parmar of Jamnagar, Gujarat is the creator of the motorcycle that holds the Guinness record for being the longest motorcycle in the world. The motorcycle measures 26.29m long but that’s not the best part. To ensure that this super-stretched motorcycle can perform like a conventional motorcycle, Bharat rode it along a road for 100m without putting his feet down. It is built on a Bajaj Platina and works on just two wheels.

Monster Motorbike

Monster Motorbike

The next motorcycle in the list is a 13-tonne car crushing colossus. It is almost nine-meter long and three-meter high, and weighs as much as a bus. It was designed in Perth, Australia by stunt driver Ray Baumann. But that’s not it; being a stunt driver, Ray is often seen wowing fans with its car and caravan crushing capabilities. It is powered by a Detroit Diesel truck engine and six-speed Allison automatic. For easy movement, it uses a two-speed Eaton differential from a road train to drive a massive chain on each side of the one-meter wide rear wheel that is taken from a Caterpillar 80 tonne front end loader.

Steampunk Scooter

Steampunk Scooter

The next motorcycle on our list comes from Tilburg, Netherlands. Though it is a hybrid between a scooter and a submarine, the working of this vehicle is closer to a motorcycle. Created by Arthur Van Poppel, this shapely, curvaceous vehicle comes equipped with a guitar, an amp, and a horn section, and can surround the rider with good sounds.

Skyrider-one

Skyrider-one

The next two-wheeler on the list is an e-bike with the capability to glide in the sky. Yes, this two-wheel electric scooter with a 6kW hub motor and 13kW rear-mounted propeller has all the power you need to touch the sky. A regular tandem paraglider canopy stored on the bike can be unfurled whenever you feel like flying. It has a total range of 120Km on-road and it can reach up to a top speed of 60kmph.

Nightshadow’s Maiden

Nightshadow’s Maiden

Our next motorcycle on the list is inspired by the Jaguar company’s logo. Nightshadow’s maiden is a two-wheeled beast that was created as a tribute to the legendary car company Jaguar by a fan. Barend Hemmes is the designer of this motorcycle and it works on a Buell S3 1200cc V-twin engine. It is an aggressively styled motorcycle and is made of 4130 stainless steel and finished in high glossy ebony lacquer. It can reach up to a top speed of 80kmph and due to its interesting aerodynamics, it is a street-legal motorcycle.

What do you think about these crazy inventions? Let us know

Sarthak Moghe

Sarthak Moghe

Sarthak Moghe is a young, enthusiastic writer who loves modern technology and automobiles. After completing his graduation in Journalism and Mass-Communication, he stepped into the world of adulting as a content writer. When not busy on the keyboard, he likes to explore new topics and hone his sense of humour.   

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