Road Cycling

Are The Monster Thighs Of This Olympic Cyclist Strong Enough To Power A Toaster?

Here's what happens when a set of 29" thighs take on a 700W toaster...

Look at those thighs. I mean really into those wide, bulging, glorious thigh muscles of Olympic cyclist Robert Förstemann. Look into them, not around them. Not that it’s even possible to look around them. They measure in at 29 inches, and they’ve carried the German cyclist to a World Championship gold medal and an Olympic bronze.

But, I hear you ask, are they big enough to allow Robert to power a 700W toaster for long enough to toast a slice of bread? That’s exactly what a team from the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts decided to find out. The answer? You’ll have to watch and see…

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