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1885 German Engineer Unveils The World’s 1st Motorbike

1885 German Engineer Unveils The World’s 1st Motorbike

Germans are known for their engineering prowess, and they have been responsible for many innovative inventions over the years. In 1885, German engineer Gottlieb Daimler unveiled the world’s first motorbike. The bike was powered by a gasoline engine, and it could reach speeds of up to 12 miles per hour. Daimler’s invention was later adapted by other manufacturers, and the motorbike quickly became a popular mode of transportation. Today, there are more than 200 million motorbikes in use worldwide, and they continue to be an important part of the global transportation landscape. Thanks to Daimler’s ingenuity, we now have a convenient and efficient way to get around. Rev your engines and enjoy these motorbike themed activities!

Activity Ideas:

  • Print out and enjoy our Motorsports activity book – here
  • Enjoy our updated Oomph! Motorbike My Times – here
  • Get creative with this Motorbike colouring in book – here