Hayabusa is world's fastest road bike

Fastest Busa, bog, shed, trolley and trike

The fastest road-registered motorcycle on the planet is a Suzuki Hayabusa Turbo that hit 271.821mph (437.453km/h) for flying 1/4 mile. The record was one of many set at the recent Straightliners Autumn Top Speed Weekend at Elvington Airfield, North Yorkshire, including fastest toilet, shed, trike and shopping trolley. Even though the ‘Busa is road registered and …

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Blokes join in final Babe Raid record rally

Blokes will be invited to take part in the Babe Raid rally at Dubbo in November when male and female motorcyclists are set to break up to 16 world records. Organiser Debb Geerts of 2WheelBabes says this is the final chance for Australian riders to set the records as she is moving on to other …

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Blind rider Ben Felten

Watch blind rider Ben Felten set speed record

You can watch Australian rider Ben Felten become the fastest blind man on two wheels when his record-setting run is broadcast on Channel Seven at 8pm on the Sunday Night program (5 August, 2018). Ben broke the previous Guinness World Record of 265.33km/h (164.87mph) for a blind rider by just 1.355km/h at the 2018 World Speed Trials …

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Woman challenge global riding record

Women challenge global riding record

Four women from the USA, Russia, Switzerland and Austria are about to challenge the current round-the-world record set by Swiss rider Urs “Grizzly” Pedraita in 2016. Grizzly set the record at 119 days and 21 hours aboard his specially modified Victory Cross Country Tour. His overall time beat the previous record of 120 days and 2 hours, including …

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Elliott Motorcycles Softail Fat Bob beats record

Elliott Motorcycles Softail beats record

Elliott Motorcycles of Sydney claims to have grabbed the title of the world’s fastest Softail, having smashed an Aussie speed record.  They plan to return to the World Speed Trials at Lake Gairdner in South Australia next year to put it beyond doubt. Owner Elliott Andrews took his modified 2018 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 114 to …

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Blind Ben Felten fastest blind man on two wheels

Ben is fastest blind man on two wheels

Blind Aussie rider Ben Felten is officially the fastest blind man on two wheels. Ben broke the previous Guinness World Record of 265.33km/h (164.87mph) for a blind rider by just 1.355km/h at the 2018 World Speed Trials Australia at Lake Gairdner in South Australia in March 2018. Click here to post your congratulations on his Facebook page. …

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Tilt at world’s fastest Softail title

Sydney custom motorcycle startup Elliott Motorcycles hope to smash their Aussie speed record and grab the title of the world’s fastest Softail next month. Owner Elliott Andrews says he is taking his modified 2018 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 114 to Lake Gairdner in South Australia on March 8, 2018. “With this bike I’m feeling confident I …

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Indian Army sets record for pillions

An Indian Army motorcycle display team has set a new world record for the number of people on a motorcycle, smashing an Indian Army record of 56 by two. The Indian Army “Tornadoes” mounted 58 men on a 500cc Royal Enfield and rode it 1200m at the Air Force Station Yelahanka on Sunday (November 19, …

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Michigan rider Phil Comar, known as the No Hands Man, has set a new world record for riding 600 miles without touching the handlebars.

‘No Hands Man’ falls short of record

Michigan rider Phil Comar, known as the No Hands Man, has unfortunately fallen short of his attempt to break his own world record by riding 600 miles (965km) without touching the handlebars. “I had an unfortunate stop due to a traffic slow down because of some road construction,” he told us after his valiant attempt …

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Wheelie record smashed on scooter

A Japanese stunt rider has smashed the world wheelie record by riding a single-cylinder 125cc Yamaha Jog scooter just over 500km on the back wheel. Masaru Abe had targeted 600km for his continuous wheelie, but suffered lower back pain after two hours and had to take painkillers to make it to 13 hours. “That was the …

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