Once the guys at ICON 1000 aren't creating gear, they're focusing on bikes. The customs that roll from the Slabtown headquarters mix retro cues with future tech-a twisted cocktail that oddly works.
Hinckley's Triumph Motorcycles has postponed its ambitious bid to interrupt the motorcycle world land speed record to hold back for optimal conditions. Triumph's goal would be to exceed the present record that stands at 376.363mph, while using purpose-built 1,000bhp motorcycle.
When the Environmental protection agency orders a buyback, it might cost the organization billions.
Land speed racing at Bonneville was back this season following a forced, two-year weather-caused hiatus, and also the protruding pit area was abuzz with warming engines. However, the 68th running of Speed Week, August 13-19, located through the Los Angeles Timing Association would be a mixed bag of success.
Source near to the matter says the model continues to be postponed until 2026.