Run Across The Moon

July 18th, 2013 Jesper Bram 4 Comments » | View blog reactions

Scott Kolb will be the first man to take a 125cc motorcycle to 200 mph.

For seven years, he’s been building the machine that will put him in the record books for ever. This year, he and his fish-shaped, blue motorcycle will make the journey to the white expanse of the Bonneville Salt Flats to do what they both are meant to do: find the absolute limit of speed and engineering.

Check out the fundraising for the cool motorcycle documentary. http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/run-across-the-moon

Run Across the Moon from Jason Brownrigg on Vimeo.

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4 Responses to “Run Across The Moon”

  1. 129CBRider  July 18th

    That was the best imitation ever of what’s it like at speed on a small displacement bike! I am still laughing uncontrolably and wishing I was on it to experience the rush of wind, exhaust sound, and adrenaline, lol.

  2. Mike  July 29th

    Great post Jason, loved the video too. I hope he finds someone to get on that bike. It was built to be ridden at top speed, lets hope its gets to do just that!

  3. Jim  August 14th

    One of the things that he said in the video really hit home, about reading about the flats when he was 7 or 8. The things that captivate us as children sometimes drive us when we are older. While his 125 cc bike may not be the biggest machine on the block what he is doing is definitely awesome. Best of Luck cool motorcycle helmets

  4. Scott wood  December 22nd

    Always wondered what rush you’d get when the speed wobble hits. must be one of the most exciting yet frightening experiences any biker could have.

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