Ever wondered what a motorcycle with giant tractor tyres would look like? Creative people do dream of strange world and magnified machines, and some of them actually materialize their dreams into reality. Building and riding a functional giant motorcycle is one heck of a fantasy of all bike enthusiasts across the globe. If you are also one of them and want to ride one someday, then take a good look at each one of them, you never know when god or the owner grant your wish.
Homemade Chinese Giant Motorcycle
Abra Jaing Jieseo, a sewage treatment plant worker in Xinjiang, China built this 2.4 meter high and 4.4 meter long motorcycle from stuff he grabbed from scrap dealers. As wheels, he used tractor tyres. He actually rides his giant bike that can reach a maximum speed of 40 km/h, carrying five-six passengers.
. 13 Tonne Monster Motorbike From Hell
This menacing machine was built in Perth, Australia, by a stunt driver named Ray Baumann. It took him three years to complete it. It weighs 13.6 tonnes and is fond of crushing cars and caravans. Powered by a Detroit diesel truck engine and six-speed Allison automatic along with a two-speed Eaton differential from a road train, the giant bike measures almost 30-feet long and 10 feet high. The road train drives a massive chain on each side of the rear wheel, which is one-meter wide. It does look like a hellish machine.
The Monster or Dream Big
Built by motorcycle enthusiast Greg Dunham from California, US, this one was registered in the Guinness Book of World Records as the biggest working motorcycle in 2008. Weighing 2948.3 kilograms, this behemoth is 3.4 meter tall and 6.2 meter long. An 82263 cubic centimeter engine (500 hp) pulls it to a top speed of 104 km/h. It took the owner three years and US $300,0000 to bring this monster to life.
Gunbus 410 Motorcycle
Gunbus 410 is 11.6 feet long and 4.9 high. It’s claimed to be the world’s biggest true motorcycle. The front wheel measures 38” and the rear one 42”, and it weighs a massive 1,433lb. It features a 6.7L twin-cylinder engine that produces 30hp and 23ft.lb of torque.
Regio Design XXL Chopper
The XXL Chopper was shown off at the Motor Bike Expo 2012 where the Guinness World Records registered it as the biggest motorcycle in the world. It beat Greg Dunham’s ‘The Monster’ to claim the status. Also known as Big Bike, it measures 10 feet 28 inches in length, 5 feet 10 inches in height, 2 meters 49 cm in width to pave its way to the books. It has a three-speed transmission gearbox, and a 5000cc 5.7 liter V8 Chevrolet engine capable of producing 280 horsepower.