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Don’t be confused. It’s not a bullet train. This right here is the TOP 1 ACK Attack streamliner motorcycle, which currently holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest “motorcycle speed” by achieving an amazing 605.697 km/hour (376.363 mph) speed.
American daredevil rider, Rocky Robinson rode this motorcycle on September 25th, 2010 at Bonneville Salt Flats to break the world record for the third time in four years. It gets powered by two 1299cc Suzuki Hayabusa turbocharged engines that produce over 900 horsepower and is capable of reaching a top speed at 634 km/h (394 mph).
According to the official website, the sponsor Top 1 Oil is already planning to break the record again for the fourth time by hitting 400 mph, soon. Check out the video after the break for a closer look at the motorcycle.
[Source: Guinness World Records / Wikipedia / Top1Oil.com]
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