Register a New Coast to Coast Motorcycle in the United States
How to beat a motorcycle record and not die trying
Alex jones, “R&T” tells us that good idea Embark on this adventure by discovering that Automatic registrations subordinate form an ocean to another From the United States was simply Unreachable: âUsually premium German cars are used and I can’t stand it. But two years later, I read articles on motorcycle racing. I can do it with my budget. So I found the right bike, with 80,000 miles. I actually traveled and bought it for 4000 dollars“. The motorcycle in question, a Yamaha FJR 1300 In 2014, it is a very popular model in the United States with more than 100,000 units sold since its launch. With 144 HP Based on the force, it looks like our rider will have no problem achieving the US Coast-to-Coast MotoGP record. Nothing is further from reality.
The previous record On the bike this “feat” was by Calvin CÃ´tÃ©, who was on his car BMW K1600 Across the United States from coast to coast in 35 hours and 6 minutes. But Alex Jones had prepare In good conscience: He only stopped seven times And just to refuel, drink from a Camelbak backpack, eat protein bars, take caffeine pills and use Catheters and condoms to leave your Peeâ¦ Fantastic, isn’t it? All of this at the same time average speed 87 mph, approximately 140 km / h. Although Alex remembers arriving at maximum speed 120 mph, what’s going to happen 193 km / h. And now is the time to say it “Don’t try this with your bikes, folks.”.
This is not the case with Alex Jones, who claims that “R&T” “I wouldn’t rule out doing it again. It depends on what comes up. It was my favorite project. Now I am going to sell my motorbike and devote myself to other hobbies.. Either way, there is a file Marker pen (who who it’s not official, Besides 32 hours 52 minutes For the next person who wants to break the coast of the United States at a motorcycle world record. Don’t forget the condom.
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