Triumph Designed Its Fastest Motor Bike That Looks Like Rocket
Those, willing to travel around the world this weekend, must have the fastest motorbike built by the famous motorbike maker, Triumph. In fact, it has been entitled as the world’s fastest motorbike till now. The two prototypes, The Gyronaut X-1 and the Castrol Rocket, are cousins of each others, making the record of fastest speed attended by motorbike in the world, while running on the land. In fact, that land is the ice sheet. According to the sources, such bike was made in 1955 and the record was held for about 212 mph. Later on the record was broken by the 245 mph bike in 1956.Photo 1: TRIUMPH
Recently, the record of Castrol Rocket has broken all other records made till now. As per the specifications, the bike model produced about 1000 HP with the help of specially designed Triumph Rocket III engines. The design of the model has been built in the shape of the airplane so as to give it a highly aerodynamic trend, enabling the bike model to cut across the wind and friction. The two engines integrated in this model let the bike to accelerate at swift speed. To keep the friction minimum, it has been run on the ice sheet. Experts describe that it needs the thick ice sheet so that there is no cracks on the sheet as it runs. In future, it is expected to be modified for greater speed so as to make it more fluent and swift, that too, in the near future as the experts are busy developing an advanced version of Triumph engines.
Photo 2: Triumph Designed Its Fastest Motor Bike That Looks Like Rocket