Although post-apocalyptic bikes are highly sought by fans, it can be challenging to construct one. Only those that construct them have first-hand knowledge of the amount of work required to shape the mass into something that can run wildly. An excellent illustration of this is the Gangrene.
The bike was constructed by Artem Boldyrev as a personal project, and it is propelled by a Lexus V8 engine that is capable of producing 300 horsepower.
In addition, the Gangrene was equipped with a gigantic fuel tank, a large rear wheel attached to a two-chain torque system, and a gearbox taken from a Toyota Mark II Blit. The Gangrene motorbike keeps inside the legal length limit of three meters. How would you rate the work of the Russian motorbike enthusiast?