6 Biggest Motorcycles in The World

Don't miss the chance to see 6 of the biggest motorcycles in the world that will change the way you think about motorcycles in general. This list includes World's Tallest Motorbike, Heaviest Monster Motorbike, Big Toe Bike, Dream Big Motorcycle, The Panzer Bike and Leonhardt Gunbus 410.

The tallest motorcycle, as recognized by the Guinness World Records, is the "Regio Design XXL Chopper." It was built by Fabio Reggiani of Italy and stands at a height of 5.10 meters (16 feet 8.78 inches).

The Heaviest Monster motorbike from hell is a 30-foot long, 10-foot tall motorcycle that weighs as much as the school bus king of beast motorcycles. It's a 13-tonne two-wheeler designed and built in Perth, Australia by stuntman Baumann, who has spent the last 3 years developing what appears to be a world first.

The Bigtoe is a motorcycle that was once listed in the Guinness Book of World Records (1999) for the tallest motorcycle one can ride, with a maximum height of 7.5 feet (2.3 meters) and a top speed of 62 mph. It weighs 3,600 pounds. Tom Wiberg from Sweden built it in 1998 with a Jaguar V12 engine. He also estimated the total cost of the bike to be more than $80,000. It took him 8 years to design and build Bigtoe, as he made most of the parts by hand.

Dream Big Motorcycle. Gregory Dunham from the USA designed the world's tallest handling motorcycle with a handlebar height of 11 feet 3 inches (3.429 m), a length of 20 feet 4 inches (6.187 m) and a weight of 6,500 pounds (2.948 tons). It is powered by a 502cc V8 engine. inches (8.2 liters) and has 72 inches (1.88 m) high tires. This monster needs all the power from its 500 hp engine mated to a two-speed transmission to get it moving. Dunhan built the bike over three years at a cost of $300,000.

The Panzer Bike is a custom motorcycle created by the German motorcycle manufacturer Arlen Ness Motorcycles. It has a distinctive design inspired by military tanks and features a powerful engine and unique styling elements. The engine has a volume of 38,000 cc. cm, weight 1.8 tons. This motorcycle was produced in 1986.

The Leonhardt Gunbus 410 was known as one of the largest and most powerful production motorcycles. It featured a massive 6.7-liter V-twin engine and had an imposing, heavyweight design. The Gunbus 410 was recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's biggest motorcycle.

Check out today's very cool video to see how amazing and extraordinary these motorcycles are!