Triumph Rocket Infor Streamliner – The tricky conditions on the Bonneville Salt Flats have proved once again. While challenging in the stage of the Land Speed Triumph Motorcycles Record attempt. The Triumph Rocket Infor Streamliner becomes the fastest Triumph of the world ever as it has achieved a speed of 274.2 mph in 8th August 2016 at the Bonneville Salt Flats. It was piloted by the TT legend, Guy Martin. It has also smashed the previous Triumph record. Guy Martin, the rider has set off from mile marker nine to record the FIM required certification run.
He was making a good power in the Mile One. While the Triumph Motorcycles Infor Rocket Streamliner lost its traction on the damp section of salt surface. It caused the rear of the machine to step out of the line and its streamliner went down. In this incident, thankfully Guy was not injured. But now the streamliner will need a full inspection further any runs take place. Matt Markstaller is the designer. He said that this is one challenge of Land speed racing. Its salt surface can be so much unpredictable.
Triumph Rocket Infor Streamliner will get ready for the next phase of the attempt
They will now fully inspect the streamliner and will get ready for the next phase of the attempt. Further Guy Martin, rider added that it is all part of a job. According to him, if this was an easy thing to do then by now everyone would have done it. So, Triumph Motorcycles will make a plan and will get to the next level as soon as they will get a chance.
The Triumph Rocket Infor Streamliner has Carbon Kevlar monocoque construction. It has two turbocharged Triumph Rocket III engines. They produce 1,000+ HP. The Triumph Rocket Infor Streamliner is 25.5’ long, 2’ wide and 3’ tall. Methanol fuel powered a true rocket on two wheels. The bike is competing in the Division C (streamlined motorcycle) category.