Yes, there is a record called “the fastest hour on the head.” And that’s exactly what you think. Marco George is really in full operation jumped out of the saddle and holding onto his hands was a head on tank. I do not advise you to repeat this to his (and others’) bikes.
On Saturday, August 17, 2019, Marco overclocked to a maximum speed 76,1764 mph on the Straightliners competition at the airport Elvington in North Yorkshire. The trick that the guy was preparing for several years, videotaped and posted on the web. Looks cool and exciting. By the way, George is by profession a robotics engineer, but Irish media reports that he likes to participate in competitions stunts on a semi-professional level.
Experts from the Guinness Book of records officially ratified the achievement of the British, but they are expected to do so in the near future. The organization announced George informed that the previous record speed was 30 miles per hour.
Man, this has been one of the best days I have ever had! I’ve got the record ???? 76.1 mph headstand! I can’t believe how many people have sent me messages! thank you so much, it was awesome to have you all backing me?? I will put the GoPro footage up when I’m home. Thanks to my main sponsors, me dad and Zoe Scott??? and to Sophie George for helping me get the bike through the safety checks. Stunt Asylum Lee Rogers Jason Aldridge for helping me practice this for the last how ever many months! It was just an awesome day and I’m so so happy and grateful to Trevor Duckworth and the Straightliners for letting me have a go at this with WORLD WHEELIE RECORDS?? I’ll be back for sure. I had a good team up here with me today: Laura Graham Houston Mclean Houston Jonny Davies Trev Davies Donna Davies Beth Davies Paul Fishwick for coming down and helping me get all the forms and footage and just being amazing support. I will never forget this day hahaha 76.1 SEND IT !! hahahaha
George published by Marco Saturday, August 17, 2019.
He was hoping to at least double his own try, but judging by the numbers he achieved greater success than expected.
His first test showed a speed of 68 mph, but then the founder of the Straightliners Trevor Duckworth suggested to try 70 mph, as it is national speed limit. And we now know he exceeded this mark.
What do you think about these scores?