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World's longest bicycle is 117 feet in length


Posted on Wednesday, 18 November, 2015 | Comment icon 7 comments

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Cyclists in the Netherlands have constructed a bicycle so long that it spans more than half a city block.
The outrageous contraption, which is even longer than the world's longest limo and requires two people to operate it, has been formally recognized as the single longest bicycle on Earth.

Stretching 117 feet long, the bike is extra wide at the back to help keep it upright and is built out of a super-strong aluminum truss that is normally used to hold up stage lighting.

While it is possible to ride it providing one person sits at the front to steer and another sits at the back to pedal, attempting to turn tight corners with it is easier said than done.


Source: Discovery News | Comments (7)


Tags: Bicycle


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by quasar_kid on 18 November, 2015, 21:51
So, when you drive around a corner, your bike is 4 blocks away?
Comment icon #2 Posted by pallidin on 18 November, 2015, 22:26
That is friggin hilarious!
Comment icon #3 Posted by little_dreamer on 19 November, 2015, 16:04
That's one way of not getting your bike stolen. You will always know your bike when you see it.
Comment icon #4 Posted by ShadowBoy86x on 21 November, 2015, 1:18
Lol corners must be a bugger
Comment icon #5 Posted by highdesert50 on 21 November, 2015, 14:03
Tune in next week to see this bike transport the worlds longest loaf of french bread.
Comment icon #6 Posted by tcgram on 21 November, 2015, 23:53
No doing wheelies on that bike!
Comment icon #7 Posted by TripGun on 23 November, 2015, 16:37
What do we do with this antenna now that the customer has cancelled his order? Well, I have an idea....


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