France’s Taller-Than-Life Friendship Wheels: Building the World’s Tallest Rideable Bicycle from Scratch

Behold: The tallest rideable bicycle in the world stands at an impressive 25 feet, 5 inches

A pair of friends from France have successfully built the world’s tallest rideable bicycle, which measures 25 feet, 5 inches high. Nicolas Barrioz and David Peyrou came up with the idea while at a pub and quickly began creating designs and finding materials. The bike took about two years to build, with Barrioz expressing the difficulties they faced during the process.

Speaking to Guinness World Records, Barrioz mentioned the hard work and determination that went into building the bike. After completion, the giant bicycle was officially certified as the tallest in the world, surpassing the previous record by 1 foot, 2 inches. Barrioz shared that this project has changed his perspective on the world and himself, boosting his self-confidence and making him feel unstoppable. He believes he can now repair, build, or design anything. This experience has had a profound impact on his life.

A pair of friends from France have successfully built the world’s tallest rideable bicycle, which measures 25 feet, 5 inches high. Nicolas Barrioz and David Peyrou came up with the idea while at a pub and quickly began creating designs and finding materials. The bike took about two years to build, with Barrioz expressing the…

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