The Ghost Rider performing a 354 km/h wheelie top speed with his Hayabusa Turbo 499bhp!

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The “Ghost Rider” is the alias used by a Swedish motorcycle stunt rider, who is probably the most famous flaunter of road rules the world has ever seen! Ghost Rider has been identified by various media as being, or as possibly being, Swedish ex-racer and mechanic Patrik Furstenhoff. Furstenhoff is listed at Guinness World Records as holding the record for the first documented 200-mile-per-hour (320 km/h) wheelie on a 500 hp (370 kW) turbocharged Suzuki Hayabusa, and an earlier wheelie record.

The Ghost Rider performing a 354 km/h wheelie top speed with his Hayabusa Turbo 499bhp!

In the video below he performs a wheelie with 220.2 mph or 354 km/h with his crazy Hayabusa. Anyone who has taken a sports bike on a racetrack knows how powerful the air resistance can be when approaching this kind of speed. The idea of raising the front wheel at a speed like this is frankly terrifying – the air itself would be like a brick wall!

There is no questioning the machinery either. Few modifications have been made to strengthen the engine internals by the Ghost Rider himself and that’s how this Hayabusa can reach massive 499 horsepower!!! Check out the crazy wheelie in the video below.


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