Impossibly Loaded-Up Bicycles

Here’re some breathtaking photos of the world’s most loaded-up bicycles, according to Reuters.com.

A delivery man peers out from behind the load of bamboo baskets he carries on his flat bed bicycle in a Beijing street March 12, 1996. Credit: REUTERS/Will Burgess

Whoever doubts that the humble bicycle is the world’s most versatile vehicle will have to rethink upon seeing these pictures. Regardless whether in China, South America or India, people use bikes not only to get themselves from Point A to Point B, but also a whole load of other stuff. Here are a few pictures of impossible bicycle loads that seem to defy gravity.

Here’re some breathtaking photos of the world’s most loaded-up bicycles, according to Reuters.com. Don’t forget to check out other photos in gallery below after the jump. [via Reuters]

A labourer transports goods using a tricycle on a street in Shenyang, in northeast China's Liaoning province, November 20, 2006. Credit: REUTERS/Sheng

A woman rides a tricycle bearing a newly purchased couch along a main road in central Beijing October 14, 2008. Credit: REUTERS/David

A recyclable materials collector stands in front of her overloaded tricycle on a main street in central Beijing March 12, 2010. Credit: REUTERS/David

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