Seen this? Apparently, on January 27 this year, about 250 bikers blocked the eastbound Interstate 10 in West Covina, California for 10 minutes. The reason? So one of their buddies could propose to his girlfriend. Continue reading →
Well, not life-threatening mishaps or the ‘Top 11′ crashes in the world, but look at ‘em from the lighter side, and they’re pretty funny, while some are downright stupid. As the uploader mentions, the third video takes the cake. What do you think?
Bet you haven’t seen these! In true New York retro fashion, EOS takes the concept of the original mixtape to the next level with a fresh timepiece series. The mixtape watch features an hour and minute hand in the form of a cassette. On the dial are two movable discs which turn like a real cassette tape. An orange marker is present so you know what time it is. Awesome! Continue reading →
This is what happens when a chainsaw-maker builds a motorcycle! The Dolmette Chainsaw is powered by 24, erm, chainsaw engines, amd belts out 168hp and horsepower and 130Nm of torque. Over 12 feet long and tipping the scales at around 300kg, the bike’s engines are pull-started just like a chainsaw and the entire assembly is connected to a 5-speed Harley Davidson transmission. Too bad I’ll have to wait till next Christmas to ask Santa. Continue reading →
Pretty high on the weirdness factor, the Megola was a German motorcycle produced between 1921 and 1925 in Munich. Like Bimota (which stands for Bianchi, Morri and Tamburini), the name is derived from its designers Meixner, Cockerell and Landgraf. Continue reading →
Stumbled across this 1937 Mercier prototype half-track built for the French army. Seems the 350cc contraption featured front-wheel drive, but like most weird half-track designs, it neither offered the speed and maneuverability of motorcycles nor the true off-road ability of a real tank. No wonder it remains a one-off. And sorry, that’s about as big an image I could find of the thing.