Brandon Miller conducted a series of runs throughout the four day event with an average 101.652 mph land speed record, certified by both the AMA and the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) for modified production motorcycles weighing less than 150 kilograms, averaged over a one mile distance. The effort also secured Miller the FIM record for the kilometer distance at 102.281 mph. The highest speed shown on the timing slip over the course of the four day event was 103.381 mph.Scot Harden (Vice President of Global Marketing, Zero Motorcycles) says: “Brandon’s accomplishment is a real example of how passionate and dedicated our customers are to Zero Motorcycles and our new technology. We are very proud of what Brandon Miller has achieved and are thrilled that Zero was an integral part of setting a new land speed record for electric motorcycles.”Brandon Miller says: “I am really happy to be able to show that Zero’s electric bikes are not only reliable and offer high performance, but are also the fastest production bikes on the planet. We are finally to the point where anyone can go out and buy a Zero and go out to the track to set world records… not just commute!”While faster records have been set with electric motorcycles that fall into a heavier weight class, Miller was riding to break a record set in August by Kevin Clemens. That record, in the World Unfaired Electric Motorcycle under 150 kilograms class, was set at 78.4 mph during the BUB Motorcycle Speed Trials.