In motorcycling, like photography, the person behind the controls makes all the difference. This video is a clear example of this. Watch the Vespa rider hauling butt, dragging knee, and embarrassing his friend on the camera bike riding a supermoto. The video takes place in Hungary at the Pannonia circuit, and not many details are […]
The New Fastest Electric Motorcycle Lap, With John McGuinness + Video
Earlier this week, John McGuinness won the single-lap TT Zero electric motorcycle race at the Isle of Man TT aboard his Mugen Shinden San. In the process, the 21-time TT winner smashed the old lap record of 109.675 mph, setting an average speed of 117.366 mph from a standing start. To put that in perspective, McGuinness’ teammate, Bruce Anstey, aboard a sister Mugen, set the outright lap record earlier this week aboard his Honda CBR1000RR superbike of over 132 mph.
To place this in e-bike context, during the first TT Zero race in 2010, the average speed of winner Mark Miller was just shy of 97 mph. Now, only four years on, the record has jumped by over 20 mph. No doubt about it, the Mugen Shinden San is fast. How fast? Climb on board with McGuinness as he takes you on his record setting lap.