Return of the Cafe Racers - RSD Road to 200

RSD Road to 200

Roland Sands pushes a turbo charged Victory V-Twin to it's limits in an attempt to brake the 200 mile per hour mark (320km). On their final pass the bike blew a piston 400m from the timing gates. The bike still reached 185mph which makes this the worlds fastest Victory, unfortunately their 200mph…

 

Roland Sands pushes a turbo charged Victory V-Twin to it’s limits in an attempt to brake the 200 mile per hour mark (320km). On their final pass the bike blew a piston 400m from the timing gates. The bike still reached 185mph which makes this the worlds fastest Victory, unfortunately their 200mph goal will have to wait. The bike has been retired to the RSD workshop where the team will work on repairs to get the get the bike ready for their next 200mph attempt.

It’s certainly no Cafe Racer but it got us excited! Good luck to the RSD team. We’re looking forward to a positive result.

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