Worldâ€™s Largest Motorcycle
It was on a fateful day at a monster truck show in 1990 that the now legendary Dunham first envisioned his one-of-a-kind Monster-Cycle.
Now officially recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the worldâ€™s largest motorcycle, Dunham is bringing the Monster-Cycle, dubbed "Dream Big", to the Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, April 27-28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Half Moon Bay Airport.
Dunhamâ€™s enthusiasm for motorcycles, engineering background and metal work expertise were the driving forces behind the creation of his Monster-Cycle.
"The monumental beast that is "Dream Big" is truly mind-blowing," said Dunham. "Weâ€™re excited to bring it out to the Dream Machines Show and fire it up for fans," he said.
The titanic, hard-to-fathom, gasp-inducing "Dream Big" is a custom-built motorcycle weighing 6,500 pounds. It is 11 feet tall and 20 feet long with 10-foot wide handlebars and 6-foot tall, 3-foot wide tires.
"Dream Big" will be part of Hot San Jose Nights big display at the Dream Machines Show.
Hot San Jose Nights is the South Bayâ€™s big summer car extravaganza and takes place July 14-15.