It was first introduced to the world in Motorbike Expo 2012 where it stunned the audience worldwide. Designed by Fabio Reggiani, this big bad guy is 32 feet long and 16 feet high, effectively defeating all “biggest and baddest” motorcycle claims.
Powered by a 5.7 V8 Chevrolet 280 Horsepower Engine, the Regio Design XXL Chopper successfully completed its test ride of 100 m. It is indeed a perfect combination of balanced design and high speeds. The Chopper has beaten the previous largest bike record held by the Californian Gregory Dunham. Here is a comparison of both cycles.
For all bike lovers, The Regio Design XXL Chopper is the ultimate bike fantasy. It is something straight out of si-fi movies. Unluckily, this huge machine cannot be two-wheeled and so they provided support wheels.
The Italian Fabio Reggiani had four guys who took seven months to complete this giant. Before displaying the chopper, Reggiani claimed his bike would literally dwarf the 6 meters long and 3.5 feet tall motorcycle by Dunham. And he spoke nothing but the truth! The Regio Design Chopper is huge and the good thing is its functional! If you are wondering, the tires have diameter slightly less than 2 meters; something like the wheels used on tractors.
While the bike is not being produced on large scale at the moment, Reggiani will definitely explore the possibilities. Imagine owning this massive, gigantic machine and driving it down your street to work every morning!
The stabilizer wheels added to the grand Regio Design XXL Chopper provide extra support to assist the motorcycle manoeuvers. However, Reggiani claims that the bike can definitely function without the stabilizers but he just does not want to risk toppling the machine over.
The orange colored Chopper has been attracting lots of attention among bike lovers and fancy ride fanatics. We congratulate Fabio Reggiani on winning the Guinness World Record for the Largest Functional Bike ever made but we are curious who will be the ultimate owner. It would definitely be adrenaline pumping to have this road roller driving down the road.