British Richard Brown who has already achieved a one way 2 wheel World Land Speed fastest pass at Bonneville Salt Flats is getting ready to break the current world record of 376 mph by the bullet like Ack Attack streamliner. Target speed : two way average in excess of 400mph with peak speed approaching 450mph.
Brown’s machine named “Jet Reaction” is currently being prepped, using thrust power to try to crack the absolute world land speed record for motorcycles. Engine was created from a completely retooled 930 kilowatt helicopter engine with an afterburner spraying fuel into the exhaust to generate even more thrust…
Because Jet engines are considered too heavy to fit into a two-wheeled frame, so far all those who have attempted to beat the absolute land speed record have used a conventional engine that drive the rear wheel. Current record holder “Ack Attack” used two Suzuki bike engines.
Brown . But Richard Brown is convinced that he has found the way to go around weight and hopes that his new design will shake things up in the land speed world. Jet Reaction has already met all FIM safety rules to be adhered to and is ready to be tested this month.