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World's fastest motorcycle/hearse

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Title: Head of Lexian R&D
Joined: Oct 15 2005
Location: Metro area, Georgia
PostPosted: May 16 2011 04:34 am Reply with quote Back to top

The Guinness folks are responsible for sorting out all sorts of life questions. You know, like; which domestic cat has the loudest purr on the planet? Or maybe; what's the heaviest weight ever lifted by the human tongue? Of course, they're also responsible for keeping track of all sorts of automotive records, including the one depicted in the video after the jump: the world's fastest motorcycle hearse. This isn't the first time we've seen a chariot of the dead on three wheels, but it is the first model owned and operated by a legitimate man of the cloth.

Reverend Ray Biddiss is the man behind a customized Triumph Rocket III that's good for a top speed of 114.1 mph. While still technically awaiting confirmation, Biddiss is confident that his 20,000 machine will take the title of world's fastest motorcycle hearse with ease. Hit the jump to check out a video of his top-speed run.

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Title: Distillatoria
Joined: Jun 09 2010
Location: a von down by the river
PostPosted: May 16 2011 06:23 am Reply with quote Back to top

"If you go to infinity and beyond, what better than a rocket?"


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Joined: Mar 20 2012
Location: London
PostPosted: Mar 20 2012 05:53 am Reply with quote Back to top

A new record has now been set by the Suzuki Hayabusa Hearse, an actual motorcycle, on the same track. The Rocket did 114.1 mph over two miles, but the Hayabusa, did 115.2 mph over just one mile! It then went on to hit 117.6 mph over two miles. You can see the video here:
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Title: Sporadic Poster
Joined: Nov 19 2009
Location: Kissimmee, FL
PostPosted: Mar 20 2012 06:20 am Reply with quote Back to top

They should stand a casket up in the back of the hearse part horizontally, that way if one of those drivers loses control and smashes into something, they already have part of the burial taken care of.

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