If you want to see the strangest things on two wheels, well you've come to the right place. Our internet edition offers you a review of the weirdest motorcycles ever made.
It’s equipped with a straight-six engine with 24 valves and 105 hp. The motorcycle was produced since 1978 to 1982.
A Trailbreaker produced by American brand. It’s equipped with an automatic transmission. Top speed is of 56 km per hour (35 miles per hour).
We get that they were trying to pay tribute to Jaguar, but as we believe, the motorcycle turned out not so original. And the rider looks a bit ridiculous on it.
There were a number of steam-powered motorcycles in the history, but having a boiler instead of engine does not seem like a good idea.
The Uno would appear to have only one wheel. But it actually has two wheels (side by side). Unsurprisingly, the first test resulted in an injured knee for its creator.
How can you make a cute little Vespa terrifying? Paint it matte green and mount a M20 rifle. But overall despite the rifle, the motorcycle looks ridiculous because of its size.
It’s the largest motorcycle ever built. It was invented and created by a man named Wild Bill Gelbke. The Roadog is 17 meters long and 1360 kg. The most surprising thing is that Bill actually managed to sell a handful of them.
48 Cylinders, 6 crankshafts and one Guinness World Record.
Its front wheel mounted radial engine. It may seem not to be a motorcycle, but it’s actually a real bike. It has the 14 hp motor. Besides, it has to be mentioned, that Megola is the first example of using radial engine for land vehicles.
It was conceived by a Russian Count in 1912. This vehicle has two wheels and is balanced by a gyroscope. So technically, it's a motorcycle. It’s the most amazing motorcycle ever made. It keeps astonishing by its technical progress even in the 21 century.
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