A German company has created the biggest, baddest, brashest motorcycle to ever tear up the tarmac.
Nicknamed Katharina die Grose, or Katharine the Great to anglo-ears, the motor bike weighs 4.7 tonnes, is rumoured to top 50mph and is powered by a 38ltr WWII German 'Panzer' tank engine.
The goliath motorcycle was built by the German firm Harzer Bike-Schmiede and holds the record for being the heaviest bike in the world - producing 1000bhp and an engine rev loud enough to wake the neighbours in Poland.
Mechanics Tilo and Wilfried Niebel of Zilly in Germany designed and built the behemoth with a dual hand throttle and seperate steering wheel located in the passenger side car.

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