This guy just created a Frankenbike with a working pizza oven on the back

Published on Sep 08, 2023 at 5:36 PM (UTC+4)
by Kate Bain

Last updated on Sep 11, 2023 at 5:10 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Kate Bain

This guy just created a Frankenbike with a working pizza oven on the back

This inventor just transformed his motorbike into an on-the-go pizza oven and it’s turning heads, to say the least. 

YouTuber Colin Furze said he was absolutely fed up with getting lukewarm pizzas delivered and vowed to do something about it. 

So, just as anyone would, he created his own motor-oven and called it “Pizza Dough-Moto”.

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His grand plan involved taking his Suzuki motorbike, chopping the back off, adding a pizza oven, and sticking the back of the bike back on again. 

He even shared this (below), errr, high quality image to showcase what he had in mind.

So, first up, Furze got started building a custom pizza oven, because, let’s be honest, it was unlikely a regular one would fit. 

This in itself was pretty impressive because he managed to make a professional-looking gas-powered oven. 

With that out of the way, Furze then moved onto the Frankenbike.

After a long, difficult debate with himself, he said he couldn’t bring himself to chop his beloved Suzuki in half. 

Instead, he decided to use a chassis extension and add an extra two meters to the midsection of the bike. 

After taking it for a spin, he committed, saying “right, let’s stick the pizza oven onto it and transform pizza delivery forever”. 

With the oven bolted to the bike, he admitted it was quite hard to maneuver. 

But he didn’t let that stop him.

So, with his friend at the wheel, Furze jumped onto the back and headed off through town. 

“My plan is to prepare it on the go and chuck it in the oven five minutes out from the customer,” he said. 

He pretty quickly figured out it wasn’t as easy as he thought it might be. 

“I’m not very good at getting it round and flat, I even tried bashing it with my helmet,” he said. 

“Then I remembered that technique where they chuck it in the air and spin it around, but that clearly doesn’t work on a motorbike.” 

After losing a couple of would-be pizzas, Furze finally made one that looked somewhat edible. 

“Although not a perfect shape, the end result is a perfect representation of Italian cheese on toast,” he said. 

Eventually, he gives up trying to make the pizzas and gets a professional in. 

And that was probably his best idea yet because they finally had real pizzas to serve. 

After a few deliveries to some happy but confused customers, Furze called it a day and retired from the pizza industry. 

Which was probably for the best really. 

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Kate Bain

Kate Bain is the Page Editor at She is based in Dubai and coordinates coverage of the latest news across automotive, technology, and lifestyle. Kate has a bachelor's degree in business and post graduate in journalism. She is an experienced editor and journalist who has worked for News Corp, Daily Mail Australia, and Sky News. When she's not at work, you'll find her attached at the hip to her dog, Thor. Kate is currently on maternity leave following the birth of her first child.