London – Double world champion World Superbike James Toseland will try to break the speed record. British rider was hoping to set a record with the fastest motorcycle exceeded 400 mph or 643.7 km / h.
According to the plan, the British rider will try the speed record on the Bonneville salt desert in Utah, USA in September 2014.
The motor is a motor that uses specially named ’52 Express’ which looks now being exhibited at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, England, this weekend. At first glance, this bike does not look like a conventional motor, but it looks like a rocket.
The current record for the fastest motorcycle is still held by the American man named Rocky Robinson when ran through 376.363 mph or 605.69 km / h.
In ’52 Express’ vehicle Toseland who assisted in designing the automotive specialist JD Classics, University of Derby and a former rider Alex Macfadzean which is the first British man to reach the speed of 200 mph (321.86 km / h) will use turbine engine Rolls-Royce Lynx helicopters commonly used.
“If successful, this will be a fantastic personal achievement but also a great tribute brought back to England,” said Toseland.