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New World’s Fastest Motorcycle | BUB Speed Record

World’s Fastest Motorcycle

Click video to watch the BUB 7 Streamliner, which is now the fastest motorcycle in the world. Well known and much liked racer Chris Carr set the new motorcycle land speed record. Chris Carr’s record runs beat both the FIM world record and the AMA national record with a recorded speed of 367.382 mph through the mile with an exit speed of 372.534 mph.

The motorcycle land speed record event occurred at the Cook Private Meet at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah on September 24th, 2009. Chris Carr and the BUB 7 Streamliner knocked Rocky Robinson and the Ack Attack Streamliner’s record of 360.913 mph off the top of the box with their offical record run of 367.382 mph. The world’s fastest motorcycle challengers are again chomping at the bit.


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