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The Thirteen Strangest Motorcycles You’ve Probably Ever Seen

When you spend your days looking at the thousands of bikes for sale on Cycle Trader – you can bet we’ve seen just about every bike out there. We’ve come across the good, the bad, the beautiful, and (what some people would call) the ugly… and quite a few seriously weird rides as well.
But none seem to compare to these strange bikes we found floating around the internet -— you’ve honestly got to see them to believe them, so we’ve rounded up the weirdest ones we’ve ever seen. Check ‘em out!
Image: Buzzfeed
World’s longest motorcycle? Uh, possibly, yes.
Image: Roadog on Wikipedia
Wait… just kidding. The Anaconda might have the most “seating,” but this guy (Wild Bill Gelbke) actually did make the longest and heaviest motorcycle in history (it weighs over 3,000 pounds).
Image: Buzzfeed
… We’re honestly not sure what’s going on here.
This one might honestly rewrite the definition of a “Superbike.”
We’re not positive, but he may need – you know – one or two more headlights.
Image: Ben Gulak
Still trying to understand how this works. In any event, ladies and gentleman, meet the Uno Dycicle.
If you’ve seen a bike more American than this, feel free to let us know.
If we’ve got any Red Bull fans out there, here you go.
Sure, Dodge’s Tomahawk might be unbelievably fast…but also kind of looks like you’re riding a radiator with wheels.
Yes, this thing actually runs.
Oh, you’re looking for a Vespa with a huge recoilless rifle on top? Here ya go.
Yup – you’re looking at 48 cylinders. Why? Couldn’t tell you.
Last, but certainly not least… the Jaguar motorcycle. We’ll leave you to decide whether you’re a fan or not.
What’s the strangest motorcycle you’ve ever seen? Comment and let us know, or tag us in your pics on Facebook and Instagram for the chance to get them featured.


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