This Guy Built a MotorHorse from a Honda, Fought a Knight and Stole His Blonde Princess

This Guy Built a MotorHorse from a Honda 1 photo
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
What human mind would have the assets necessary to build just about any DIY contraption you can think of and yet decide to risk everything while testing the result? Well, British builder Colin Furze might have an answer for us. After all, he did build a MotorHorse of a motorcycle and battled a knight on an actual horse recently.
We’ve been following Colin for a few years now, as we noticed him thanks to his Guinness World Record for the world’s fastest pram. However, if you happen to make this guy a gift, make sure you choose wisely, as he’ll certainly turn in into one of his extreme toys.

For instance, he recently received a fiberglass horse, one resembling the elements they use in amusement parks. Coling wasn’t amused though. Instead, he set up to build a MotorHorse.

Basically, this was a melange job that saw him fitting an 110cc small motorcycle based on a Honda CFR50 inside the horse. In the first video below, you can see all the details of the build, as well as some wacky moves you kids shouldn’t try at home.

The best part

Collin’s had a Youtube channel for about eight years now, but he’s only seriously started building scenarios to get people to understand his creation for a few years. He’s also in pretty good shape, which makes him the ideal tester of his contraptions.

From drifting the world’s first bike with wheels made of ice to shooting AK-47s in a Far Cry 4-inspired Tuk Tuk, the man has constantly stepped up his acting game together with his building skills.

Well’ we were never fully convinced of the consistency of the mix so far, but we can say that Colin has now reached the proper level for Internet stardom. Now he doesn’t only turn imagination into metal, he also makes a nice show out of it. Check out the second video below and have a say yourself. Spoiler alert - we envy him for the blonde princess move.

By the way, Colin claims all his DIY assets were learned through self-study and countless hours spent online, especially on Youtube. Well, here’s a man that likes to return the favor.

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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