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I’ll credit Dolmar with the brainpower to cobble up 20 chainsaws to a motorcycle. I’ll even go a tad further and give them props for having them all pull-start one at a time — that’s sweet.

They’ve definitely taken a go-big-or-go-home approach to this build, but I might’ve left the blades on and given it that Hellraiser, porcupine vibe.  You’d have fewer people in line to test it out — and anyone who could ride it without serious injury would earn a few months of over-the-BBQ, smack-talking bragging rights.

Chainsaw Bike [YouTube]


6 Responses to It’s Just Cool: Chainsaw-Powered Bike

  1. Kyle says:

    AW LAME. No actual video of it, you know, moving? Weak.

  2. David H says:

    Yeah. Those chain saw engines might not even be connected to anything, for all we know.

  3. Grimshot says:

    This may be the dumbest vehicle I’ve ever seen. I especially like watching the two dude going down the line pulling start cords. It even sounds dumb!

  4. DocN says:

    Dumb? It’s a promotional device, like the Oscar Myer Weinermobile. Sure, not all that useful, but definitely attracts attention- which is all it was designed for.

    The Dolmar bike, besides being five or six years old now- I remember seeing it back when “internet videos” were still novel, long before YouTube- is not exactly a race bike. Consider that 24 chainsaw engines, that each *might* put out as much as 2 HP, tops, means that thing has a whopping 50HP or so, and virtually no torque.

    It’s a fun demo bike, nothing more. But that doesn’t mean it’s not cool. 🙂


  5. PutnamEco says:

    Yeah. Those chain saw engines might not even be connected to anything, for all we know.

    The Dolmar PS 7900 puts out 6.2 HP so we’re talking 148 HP

    More Info on bike

    Just add the usual htp://ww

    By the way it has 24 motors

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