Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Fastest Man on Two-Wheels: Bill Warner Breaks 300 MPH

Congrats to Bill Warner, who became the fastest man on two wheels with his 311.945 mph pass on Sunday morning on a turbocharged 1299cc Suzuki at the Loring Timing Association’s Land Speed Race at the former Loring Air Force Base in Limestone, Maine.

The 42-year old rider from Wimauma, Florida topped the 300 mph barrier for conventional motorcycles on July 17, 2011, beating his own world record of 278.6 mph set last October in Texas.

Faster speeds have been recorded on the enclosed missle-like streamliner motorcycles, but this is the first time a rider has broken the 300 MPH barrier on a conventional two-wheeled bike.

Posted by MJ Lloyd Reynolds/MJR Media marketing services for the motorcycle industry -