Pakistan’s Longest Motorcycle

Posted on July 25, 2009
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Pakistan’s longest motorcycle is seen here in front of Lahore Press Club on July 2, 2009. It is in use for the noble cause of collecting funds for helping the IDPs (internally displaced people) in Pakistan. Any comments on this engineering marvel? Has anybody seen it on Lahore roads?

Photographer: Muhammad Ramzan

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18 responses to “Pakistan’s Longest Motorcycle”

  1. says:

    nice bahot achay janab.

  2. boat ache hay Car say ziada log baith sakty hayn

  3. Raheel says:

    Firstly, the efforts of the people involved are appreciable. I believe, none of them is skilled in a mechanical engineering. Rather they manufactured it with experience only and it’s working.
    Next, I would consider it a single model built for a noble purpose that obviously can’t be launched commercially. Hats off for the cause.
    Lastly, taking it as an example, it’s the time to remove the stains of blood and tears by working positively.

  4. Adeeba says:

    I wonder what speed it’s capable of. And about its weight limit. Also, it must be a bother to drive next to.

  5. Yet more comments from the ATP Facebook Page:

    – “SALam PAKISTAN..!! Geo PaKiStaNis”
    – “Pakistan’s first Bike limo”
    – “gEo tO AiSe ;p”
    – “yeh chalta bi ha..?”
    – “it is only 70cc”
    – “Bally Bally Shawa Shawa ….hehehehe”
    – “nice”
    – “Very happy people …… and others are making nuclear sub marines ???”
    – “chalo jo bhee hai +ive hee hai, warna itnaa bhee vision na thaa kabhee”

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