How in the World Did they Put Together This 48 Cylinder Motorcycle?
One of the coolest things about the world of wheels, whether those wheels be on cars, ...
One of the coolest things about the world of wheels, whether those wheels be on cars, trucks, or motorcycles, is the fact that, if you have a vision in mind, with enough knowledge and a little bit of money to back it up, you can accomplish just about anything that you want to, no matter how ridiculous or outlandish it might seem.
This time, we check out a build known as “Tinker Toy” that would seem pretty off-the-wall to most, but for the person who pictured at a forty-eight cylinder motorcycle in their head, the result of their crazy vision comes to life after what we’re sure were lots of long hours both designing and putting together this incredible motorcycle
Is it different? Sure! However, when you think something like this up, I don’t think that the end goal in mind is anything close to subtle. When you see this machine fire up for the first time in five years, you’ll learn exactly how the bike goes about not being very subtle and does it in a way that you can’t help but want to watch and gawk over.
The video below gives you the rundown of how exactly all of these cylinders come together to work as one because, at least on the surface, this thing really seems like a complex piece of machinery that would take some long hours to figure out so we get the quick and dirty rundown to make it all make sense.
After seeing how exactly those behind the one made all of the moving parts function, all that I have to say is better them than me because if I were behind this one trying to figure it out, I couldn’t even imagine all the curse words that would be flying out of my mouth left and right as I stumbled upon all kinds of complicated mishaps.
After learning all about the bike, you get the opportunity to hear every last cylinder fired up at the same time as this thing roars when everything is moving together, in harmony! I think that it’s safe to say that you will never hear another machine that sounds quite like this.