This Is The World’s Smallest Functional Bicycle – And It Can Support A Weight Of Up To 100 Kg

The world’s smallest functional bicycle has been unveiled by popular YouTuber and DIY enthusiast ‘The Q.’ Despite its size, the bicycle can support up to 100 kilograms of weight.

The bicycle, named Big Boy, was made entirely from scratch using rollerblade wheels and a strong iron frame. The Q’s impressive YouTube video, detailing the build, has received over 1.4 million views at the time of writing. While building a tiny bike is outstanding, ensuring an adult can ride it is a different story.

Despite being uncomfortable for adults and small children, The Q demonstrates that Big Boy is fully functional in his video. The handlebar and pedals work; if you can maintain your balance, you can take it for a ride.

However, some may argue that a ‘fully functional bicycle’ should come with a seat, which Big Boy does not have. Nonetheless, the bicycle is a remarkable feat of engineering and ingenuity.

The Q’s Big Boy may be the world’s smallest functional bicycle, but it has garnered much attention on social media. While it may not be practical for everyday use, it showcases the impressive skills of a talented DIY enthusiast.

The Q’s video is a testament to the power of creativity and imagination and serves as a reminder that anything is possible with ingenuity and perseverance.

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