A non-standard exhibit has appeared at the Wheels Through Time auto museum in North Carolina (USA). The vehicle combines the features of a motorcycle and a cargo road train. This is reported by the Autoevolution website.
The non-standard apparatus is called KennyBilt and is a mobile home. It was created in 1989 by biker Kenny Kilpatrick. He loves to travel and wanted to adapt his Harley-Davidson motorcycle for long-distance travel.
From the bike, in fact, only the front part remains. They added a two-seater cabin and two rear axles. Moreover, a semi-trailer appeared, like a truck. It features a living area with a double bed, sofa and other furniture.
The unusual Harley-Davidson road train reaches 9.14 m in length and weighs 1800 kg, and has as many as nine wheels. It is styled after classic American trucks.
KennyBilt is powered by a standard Harley-Davidson 1.3-liter engine. It has improved clutch and gearbox, as well as more efficient brakes with a vacuum booster.
The unusual motorhome has been repeatedly demonstrated at various bike shows in America and Europe. However, Kenny Kilpatrick was unable to travel – as a rule, the bike was transported on an auto transporter so as not to damage it.