In 1939, we declared Charles Steinlauf's "Goofybike" the world's weirdest bicycle -- and for good reason. As the photo shows, the bike could carry four people and a sewing machine. The inventor is pictured at the top of the bicycle, where he maneuvers the machine using an automobile steering wheel. While his daughter sits on the handlebars and his ever-industrious wife finishes her sewing, their son huffs and puffs at the pedals. The legs of the sewing machine keep the bike aloft when it's not being used. Family outings don't get better than this!
Read the full story in "Bike Keeps Family in Stitches"