This is the world’s fastest wheelie bin
When you think of a wheelie bin you probably don’t picture a form of transport. You probably think of nothing more than a receptacle to put rubbish in.
The wheelie bin, the world’s fastest, is powered by a 110cc engine, 10 horsepower and can hit top speeds of more than 30 miles per hour.
It is the brainchild of Andy Jennings, whose friend was involved in a serious accident on his family farm. His friend, Ben, was initially in a coma, but has since made progress but still requires around-the-clock care.
This is the world’s fastest wheelie bin. It’s powered by a 110cc engine, has 10 horsepower and can hit speeds of over 30mph.
Introducing: the most British mode of transport ever developed. pic.twitter.com/tds8AEYwTy
— JOE (@JOE_co_uk) July 3, 2020
By building the wheelie bin and attempting to break the Guinness World Record, Andy is looking to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice and Marrilac neurological care centre, where Ben is being treated.
We spoke to him about his endeavour and what it feels like to ride the wheelie bin.
If you want to donate to Andy’s JustGiving, click here.