Teutonic Terrorcycle

A German motorcycle craftsman has created "Satte Literschüssel,"* a beautifully barbaric beast of bike powered by a tractor engine, sporting metal-banded ash forks and what appears to be a shovel for a seat. My only question: how would one steer with an axe in one hand and a shield in the other? (I suspect the solution involves an iron phallus sheath on the steering column.) Project Page (Machine Translated) [Werner-Broesel.de via Jalopnik] * Not exactly sure what that first letter is supposed to be in that script. Fixed. Thanks, guys!
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10 Responses to Teutonic Terrorcycle

  1. Jake0748 says:

    So it’s big bike they wish they had in Mad Max.

  2. nex says:

    The name is so weird because it is a pun on “Satellitenschüssel”, which means satellite dish.

  3. PlayStar says:

    You can even build your own little teutonic motorcycle:
    I didn’t have the time yet to finish my Literschüssel… :(

  4. Anonymous says:

    It seems to takes its inspiration from a german comic called “Werner”. It’s mostly about bikers, and is quite popular over there.

  5. Anonymous says:

    it is “Satte Literschüssel”
    it means something like “Full LiterEngine Bike” but ist a inventet word
    it originates from the Werner Comic Series

  6. Anonymous says:


    it is called “Satte Literschüssel” not “Gatte Literschüssel”. these are old german letters!!!!!

    greets from a germ;)

  7. Certhas says:

    S, it’s “Satte Literschüssel”.

    This is associated with one of Germanies most beloved comic (anti-but not really anti-)heroes: Werner, e.g.:


  8. UncommonSense says:

    A Teutonic Terrorcycle – Awesome! Any relation to Lili Von Shtupp, the Teutonic Titwillow?

    p.s. there’s a rumor that this is actually a “Satte Literschussel”


  9. License Farm says:

    Whatever you call it, it translates to “FUCKIN’ A.”

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