Zef rides his turbine-powered bike into record books again
ZEF EISENBERG has stormed into the record books again after taking his turbine-powered bike to 233.7mph.
As part of an effort to raise money for Autism 365, Mr Eisenberg said he decided to raise the safety parameters 'to the limit', push the fuel flow on the turbine to maximum and set the water-meth cooling to the highest it could be.
Mr Eisenberg is now the proud holder of the world's fastest streetfighter bike title at a one-way speed of 231.5mph, the world's fastest turbine bike at 225.759mph (two-way average over a mile) and Britain's fastest 'naked' bike – no fairing or aerodynamic aids – at the same speed.
The team also changed the upright handlebars to lower 'clip-ons' to get out of the wind and that led to a best ever (world) one-way top speed for a turbine bike of 233.7mph, at the same time setting a new world turbine bike record for the flying quarter-mile of 3.910 seconds.
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