If you think the fat bike craze has caught on, you haven’t seen anything until this!
Belgian cyclist, Jeff Peeters, recently pedaled himself into the Guinness World Records, after building the world’s heaviest rideable bike.
After six-months of building his creation from scratch using salvaged parts and materials, Peeters rolled out his 1895 lb 15.6 oz (860kg) monstrosity to the disbelief of onlookers.
From there, Peeters rode the behemoth the requisite minimum 100m in the streets of Mechelen, Belgium, to cheering crowds.
But, is the bike UCI approved we wonder? 🙄
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