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Largest Tricycle in the World

Largest Tricycle in the World

Have you seen the largest tricycle in the world ? Not just a showpiece but a working one which you can ride also ?

largest tricycle in the world

One staff member went up and in fact rode it for a while.

The tricycle is 41 feet 7 inches tall and weighs about 3 tons with the wheel diameter of 17 feet. It is 37 feet 4 inches long. The Tricycle is powered by the pedal, chain sprockets and gears.

K Sudhakar, brainchild of Sudha Cars Museum has created a Guinness World Record for the largest Tricycle in the World. It took him over 3 years to built this giant. He has designed over 30 different designs of bicycles from single seater to multi seaters including the smallest bicycle in India which is about 6 inches high ! 😀

Would you want to own something like this?
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19 thoughts on “Largest Tricycle in the World”

  1. Oh my goodness this is HUGE!!!!!! What an achievement for him!! I think my son would LOVE to own something like this- or better yet to work on something like this 🙂

  2. @Anjuli,
    Ha Ha.. I am sure the world would look small and your son would definitely be on top of the world ! 😀

    Which channel? I didn’t know they show these things as well.

  3. Hello Nisha, greetings.

    I am astounded to see this huge tricycle. It is a wonderful creation. Kudos to the one who made it. This must be a world record.

    Best wishes,

  4. That is an achivement. Did he actually pedal it around? Or is it just stationary pedalling?
    Hats off to the guy who made it.
    Must have a look at that 6″ one.

  5. @PNS,
    I wrote a mail about RSS and as per my knowledge now you are getting it. 🙂

    Yes, the title of this post says that it is a world record indeed. 🙂

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