- Smallest Motorcycle
Tom Wiberg of Sweden built a ridable micro motorcycle that weighed 2.4 pounds and had a seat height of 2.55 inches. He rode it for more than 32 feet in 2003 at a speed of 1.24 mph. The front wheel has a diameter of 0.62 inches, and the rear wheel has a diameter of 0.86 inches.
2. Largest Bubblegum Bubble Blown
Chad Fell holds the record for the largest bubblegum bubble blown without using his hands. On April 24, 2004, Chad blew a bubble that had a diameter of 20 inches at the Double Springs High School in Alabama.
3. Biggest Crocodile in Captivity
Cassius, an Australian saltwater crocodile, is the largest crocodile in captivity, measuring 17 feet 11.75 inches. The Australian saltwater crocodile is the largest and most fearsome of today’s species. Specimens can live for more than 100 years, can grow up to 23 feet, and weigh over one ton!
4. Fastest Mile on Piggy Back
The record-setting time for the fastest mile via piggy back is 11 minutes 58 seconds. This was achieved by Scott Weiss (the carrier) and Zack Navabi (the rider) at the Karrer Middle School in Dublin, Ohio, on August 14, 2013.
5. Heaviest Cabbage
The record for the world’s heaviest cabbage was set by Scott A. Robb at the Alaska State Fair on August 31, 2012. Scott’s record-breaking cabbage weighed 138.25 pounds!
6. Quickest to Place 24 Cans in a Fridge
The fastest time to place 24 cans in a refrigerator is 5.78 seconds and was achieved by Silvio Sabba in Milan, Italy, on November 17, 2014.