Throughout history, several modes of transportation have been created with many defined and undefined uses.
From the tallest motorbikes to the smallest car on the world, one cannot help but admire the novelty that one sees in these strange creations. One such example is the world’s largest bicycle that is surprisingly functional enough to ride on. This bicycle, which recently joined Guinness’ prestigious record book in 2014, is the brainchild of German inventor Didi Senft.
This record breaking bicycle measures 7.8 m long and 3.7 m in height. The diameter of its wheels measures about 3.3 m wide and weighs approximately 150 kg. Its official measurements were taken at Pudagla Germany on October 2,2012. Senft, who is widely recognized in his devil costume and known as the Tour de France and Giro d’Italia devil or El Diablo, has invented over 100 bicycles.
Senft has a total of two inventions that are record holders in Guinness Book of World Records. He is also credited for creating the world’s largest mobile guitar, which is a guitar in the form of a bicycle.
Check out Sneft in action in the video below.