Holy crap! This zombie attack bike is powered by a chainsaw

Illustration for article titled Holy crap! This zombie attack bike is powered by a chainsaw

I'm sorry, did you think I meant a chainsaw motor? I suppose that's understandable (after all, two-stroke chainsaw engines are often used to convert bicycles into rear-wheel-drive motorbikes), but I didn't say chainsaw motor, did I? I said chainsaw. Because whoever pieced together this unholy death machine has clearly left the power source attached to a number of other components. They've even opted for a FWD conversion so that the saw's guide blade and cutting chain could be front-mounted.

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100% terrifying, 100% brilliant. Perfect for plowing through hordes of the undead or cruising the wastelands of post-apocalyptia. Now, if you'll excuse me, I find that I am overcome by a desire to don football pads and spend the weekend watching the Mad Max trilogy on repeat.

Illustration for article titled Holy crap! This zombie attack bike is powered by a chainsaw
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[Spotted on Inhabitat]

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Ceropegius

I hate to be picky but shouldn't the blade be mounted horizontally so you can chop through and clear the blade by moving the handlebars? The only way to clear that blade would be to go in reverse or do a wheelie. Can you do a wheelie on a front wheel drive motorised bike? I have used a chainsaw but never ridden a bike or destroyed a zombie so I am prepared to be corrected.