Thursday, July 9, 2009

World's Largest Motorcycle....


Well known bike maker Simon Whitlock has created a fabulous replica, his newly revamped Kawasaki bike. This Kawasaki motorcycle comes with a powerful 48-cylinder engine and is constructed from sets of engines from Kawasaki S1/KH250. This bad boy also features a displacement of 4200 cubic centimeters while instead of one engine, there are six inline engines.

9 comments:

Thom said...

What does it get 2 MPG? LOL. What a pain that would be to ride and I think very hot on ones chest.

jen laceda said...

Isn't this hard to ride? Won't your 'unit' just get crushed for stretching forward too much?

Danny said...

Not to mention roasting your 'unit'. I bet that puts out some heat. I also think 2 mpg might be being generous.

Canajun said...

Why?

Lady Ridesalot said...

This just make my eye brows furrow!
>:{

I guess I don't get it either... Except for the fact that he's getting his picture taken and has everybody talking about it. LOL!

Peter (Worldman): said...

My arms are to short to drive this.

Dave said...

Agree with Lady Ridesalot, and would add the word 'ridiculous'

Cheers

Dave..

Lance said...

Looks a little like the bike that is powered by 24 chainsaw engines.

Ellie said...

Is it just a piece of art - or is it really on the road!