Photo credit: Dom Romney
That's right, Colin Furze built his record-breaking baby stroller around a four-stroke, 125-cubic-centimeter motorbike engine. Its twin-exhaust, gasoline-powered 10hp motor can accelerate to speeds nearly fast enough for the highway in less than 30 seconds. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Here's how it works: "Accelerating and braking via foot pedals could send Furze off course on rough roads, so he set all controls into a handlebar and built a stable platform for the driver to stand on. His first test-drive melted a set of skateboard wheels he'd attached to the platform."