November 21st, 2007

Allah Sulu-South Park

Attn: GWIII and Q

Tilo Niebel and his co-pilot, Wilfred Niebel, ride the world's heaviest motorcycle onto a scale in Zilly, a town in Germany's Harz Mountain region. Officials from Guinness World Records were on hand to certify the bad bike as the world's heaviest – it weighed in at 4,740 kilograms. Tilo Niebel built the motorcycle and side car around an 800 horsepower engine from a Russian T55 tank. The bike measures 5.4 meters in length and is 2.6 meters wide and 2.3 meters high. (Move the mouse over those measurements to see them in English units.)