Chris Carr, 7-time AMA Grand National Champion, piloted the BUB Enterprises Streamliner to a record 350.884 MPH at the 2006 International Motorcycle Speed Trials held at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah September 7.

Christened ’Seven’ by owner Dennis Manning (it being the seventh streamliner Manning has designed in 40 odd years of holding and chasing the Land Speed Record), the fastest motorcycle in the world features a purpose-designed and engineered V-Four cylinder turbo charged 16 valve liquid cooled double overhead cam motor that delivers nearly three liters (158 inches) and close to 500 brake horse power and features a custom designed and made monocoque carbon fiber and Kevlar construction chassis that provides the strength needed to reach such speeds.

This record-setting machine will be at New York Cycle World International Motorcycle Show with special appearance by Carr himself.


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