POV Camera Captures High-Speed Ride On 650cc Go Kart
Growing up, it's safe to say that most of us has played the famous game Mario Kart at one point or another. For some, the passion for the game stuck. For others, their love for Go Karts manifested organically with no ties to the game. User "lambonick" started to build this custom, homemade Go Kart 9 years ago when he was just 17. Equipped with a Kawasaki Z650 motorcycle engine, it's a few notches faster than your average Go Kart.
The Kawasaki Z650 (known as KZ650 in North America) was a 652 cc, or 39.8 cu in, standard motorcycle made by Kawasaki from 1976 till 1983.
A dad on the other side of the globe made a <a href="https://rumble.com/v3imu5-diy-life-hack-for-bringing-out-the-trash-make-science-fun.html" target="_blank">different monster from a Go Kart</a>, when his kids ignored their chores. Since they didn’t want to take the trash out, but they loved riding their Go Kart, the dad had a Eureka moment that gave them a fun way to be helpful around the house.
Aussie dad Jacob Strickling took his golf cart, removed the club bag and added a rail for the handle of the trash bin to rest onto. When his daughter saw it, she made an extra request “I wanna ride it like a horse"! So now they have their own invention, a bin cart! Check it out!