Karachi cop makes a 16 foot long motorbike, claiming to be the longest in Asia
In an interview with a private channel, Ali Muhammad Memon, a police officer in Karachi, said that he wanted to develop something unique to get fame. It took Ali Muhammad three months to develop the 16-foot long motorbike as he said, “It took me three months to develop the bike with an approximate cost of Rs300,000 to 350,000.”
On the other hand, the 16-foot long motorbike gives a mileage of 30 to 35 kilometres per litre petrol and Ali Memon said that only a taller man can ride the heavyweight bike as he said, “The bike weighs 370kg.” At the same time, Ali Muhammad Memon also claims that his bike is the longest one in Asia and it is a record. Nearly 12 people can ride the bike at a time and in the interview, he claimed that he also does stunts on the bike. During the interview, Ali said, “I wanted to make Pakistan proud that is one of the major reasons why I made the bike.”
The 16-foot long bike has a 300cc engine and three brake systems. In the interview, Ali Muhammad Memon said that an individual needs to have a heavy traffic license in order to ride the bike.