Royal Enfield breaks land speed record

Royal Enfield breaks land speed record

1st Sep 2014 12:50 pm

The Continental GT ridden by Nadine de Freitas clocked 156.3kph.

The Royal Enfield Continental GT modified by ace tuner and performance parts manufacturer Matt Capri has broken the land speed record in the 500 Modified Push-rod Partially Streamlined category or 500 MPPS category. The Continental GT achieved an unofficial 156.3kph.

Rider Nadine de Freitas, who holds a doctorate degree in physical therapy, set the record on the modified Continental GT and says, the motorcycle transforms from a streetbike to a race bike perfectly. She also says the vehicle handled, performed and braked well, and was track-worthy.

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