Philly Land Speed Racer | A Line In The Salt

Our friend Dan is attempting to break the record of 111 mph on the salt flats of Bonneville this August. If you live in Philly, you’ve most likely met Dan and heard of his custom 1951 BSA Star 500cc Twin that he’s built into a sleek racer. You might even have been lucky enough to see it in person.

Dan has spent previous years at Bonneville helping as a pit mechanic so this will be his first year racing and he needs some help getting there. If you can, check out funding site site HERE and donate some cash if you can to help this local guy do something awesome.


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One response to “Philly Land Speed Racer | A Line In The Salt”

  1. Danny Champ says:

    Coming to a cinema near you.

    The World’s Fastest Hipster.

    Watch an aging hipster set a “Land Speed Record” on a vintage motor bicycle.

    Will he break the current record and reach a speed over 600km/h? Will his bike will even start due to it’s “high state of tune”.

    Only time will tell…

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