The British Neil Campbell has achieved the world speed record reaching a speed of 280 km / h in the airfield of Elvington (Yorkshire).
Neil Campbell has set the new world speed record on a bike specially designed for the occasion and equipped with a parachute and with the help of a large displacement sports car, a Porsche Cayenne which put him at a speed of 177 km / hour to later release and roll without help.
The bike you have used was specifically designed to reach these great speeds
A British daredevil has become the fastest man in the world on a bike. Architect by day, Neil Campbell was pulled along by a porshe on his custom built bike before being released and hurtling down a runway at 174 miles per hour. pic.twitter.com/E0i4Nudtmk
- Channel 5 News (@5_News) August 18st, 2019
The Briton pulverized the old Fred Rompelberg brand established at 1995 in Utah (United States) that was at 268 km / h. In this same place, Campbell plans to improve himself in the future. Together with his team, he aspires to reach 350 kilometers per hour next year.
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