BENGALURU: How about riding a 13-foot-long bike on Bengaluru‘s congested roads? There‘s nothing arduous about it, says Zakir Khan, 29, who has come up with what is, perhaps, one of the longest bikes of the world.

The is showcasing his ‘‘ weighing 450kg at the in JP Nagar Phase II on Saturday and Sunday.

Having invested Rs 7.5 lakh to make the one-seater, Zakir said, “It took me 45 days to design this customised bike. I‘ve enhanced a 220cc bike engine with more power and customised the chassis for a top speed of 120kmph.”

The bike has a 6-foot-long fork and silencers in the front and was made in his workshop near his residence in Nagarbhavi. The bike is 5.5 feet wide and uses for its rear wheel the tyre of a mini truck.
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