The Guinness World Records for the Heaviest Motorcycle is “The Panzerbike” (Harzer Bike Schmiede), built by Wilfried Niebel and Tilo Niebel and of Zilly, Germany, which weighed 10,470 lb (4.749 tonnes) On 23 November 2007. The Massive Machine, Which is 17 ft 4 in (5.28 m ) Long, 7ft 6 in (2.29 m) tall and powered with the engine of a a Russian tank T-55, that’s a diesel V12 with 800 HP. The bike took a team of welders and mechanics nearly a year to build.
In this video Wilfried and Tilo Niebel rode the The Panzerbike into the TV Studio of Die größten Weltrekorde in Cologne, Germany, carrying one of the show’s guests Sarah Conner, on the back of their creation.
A group of enthusiasts headed by Wilfried and Tilo Niebel of the East German village of Zillah has shown his motorbike monster assembled by hand. Nearly a length of five and a half meters and a monsterweighing of five tons, the Motorcycle is equipped with an engine from one Soviet tanks T55 with a power of 800 hp! Officials from the Guinness World Book of Records recorded the weight of the motorcycle-4740 kilogram. To control the giant biker need to learn to use the two-meter drive. The springs, suspension,frame and all the details collected from military scrap. Where did they get the engine from a Soviet tank, the makers say have refused, but said that it was new, 1986 model year. Actually, it’s more like a tractor than a motorcycle, since the sidecar is built-in and it takes two people to steer.
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Actually, The Panzerbike it’s more like a tractor than a motorcycle, since the sidecar is built-in and it takes two people to steer.