German Monster Bike with engine of a Russian T55 tank

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Germany Monster Bike

Tilo Niebel, top right, and his team pose on their new Monster Bike as it is driven onto a scale in the village of Zilly, eastern Germany, on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2007. The handmade bike with side car weighs 4, 740 kilograms, (10, 450 lbs) measures 5.4 meters in length (17ft 8in approx) and is 2.6 meters (8ft 6in) wide and 2.3 meters (7ft 8in) high and is propelled by the 800 Horsepower (596, 559.897 watts) engine of a former Russian T55 tank. (AP Photo/Eckehard Schulz)

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1 COMMENTS on "German Monster Bike with engine of a Russian T55 tank"

Anonymous said...

Everybody can think BIG but realy just a few can make it BIG... Funny ,smily work.

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