Regardless of what a person is not engaged, everyone is trying to make a kind of pilgrimage to a "Mecca", whether it be a surfer who wants to conquer the waves of Teahupoo or climber, aimed at Everest, but if you are a man eager for speed, it is likely that you will go on salty plains of Bonneville. One of five hundred such people, who a few weeks ago went to the Bonneville, became Alps Sungurtekin (Sungurtekin) along with his motorcycle under the name 'Kursed' based on the Triumph Thunderbird 650 cc in 2017 and a friend where they spent nearly a week, living in a tent in the thirty degree heat.
Alps spent on assembling their custom bikes from 10 to 12 weeks, working 10-five hours a day, and in spite of these efforts it can be said, had to finish it on the way to the Bonneville, and there he first tested it. Alps crankshaft was replaced, transmission, valve, in general, been modernizing almost the entire engine. Some parts were made to order, such as intake manifolds, rear axle, brakes, stainless steel pipe, rear wing, the rest was restored.
Spent efforts were not in vain, testing your custom Triumph Thunderbird in place, Alps was able to beat your personal best and set the speed of 113,275 miles per hour and it is the Triumph the Thunderbird 650cc in volume in 2017, albeit with modifications.
Disappointment for Alpa was, when he came home, found out that the AMA National M-VG (Modified-Vintage Gas) fixed rate of 92.515 mph another Triumph, as advocated in the Alps class SCTA (Southern California Timing Association). Its result was not counted, but he did not despair, because its speed is 113,275 miles per hour, and the next year he hopes to beat his own record.