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The bike of many lives. First built in 1989 for Eron Flory to ride in the AHRRA Twins class (where he won the Championship), later ridden by Kurt Munde; the bike was retired to the attic after a bad crash. 10 years later we brought it back to action at Bonneville where it set a record with Jeremy Freeman of 155.33, later raised to 164.16 by Willie Hodgson.
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