Brazilian Formula One pilot Tarso Markuez has created an unusual motorcycle. There is no spokes, and the Continental V6 300 hp engine from the 1960s, Rolls-Roice is installed as an engine.
The motorcycle uses wheels with a diameter of 36 inches (91.44 cm). According to the Brazilian, these are the largest motorcycle wheels in the world. As Markez says, he worked on a motorcycle design for 15 years.
TMC Dumont participated in the Daiton Bike Week in Florida Daiu this spring and won the Best in Shov Award.
Markez says he would build his own bike before if he had the technology he now has. With the exception of the engine, all parts of the machine are made in Brazil. He wanted everything to be perfect and reliable, because, as he claims, this is his best expression of his individuality. Carbon fiber motor, chrome alloy and other metals. Aluminum fuel tank has 16 liters.
The motorcycle uses wheels with a diameter of 36 inches (91.44 cm). According to the Brazilian, these are the largest motorcycle wheels in the world. They are perfectly placed on motorcycle rims and create an illusion that the motorcycle floats.
Wheels of this bike are really the most attractive thing about a motorcycle. These unique wheels have no springs or central conductors, making them unique. Of course, this bike has set a high limit for anyone who wants to make their bicycle on order. Regarding the speed and expenses of the entire assembly, Markues has not yet published this information. However, he confirmed that TMC Dumont was named after Albert Santos Dumont, who was a Brazilian inventor and pioneer of aviation.
This bike is really spectacular, but weird. Let's get some time and see if it will be on sale until next year. One thing is certain that TMC Dumont has changed the improvised motorcycle industry. Although in the streets of Brazil, apparently it did not cause excitement: