Valerie Thompson was going for the bike land velocity report of 376 mph when all of it went unsuitable.
Racing throughout the salt flats of Australia’s Lake Gairdner on the World Pace Trials on March 19, her streamlined two-wheeler tipped over at 343 mph.
Video of the accident present the fish-shaped bike flipping finish over finish, rolling over and sliding for greater than a mile earlier than lastly coming to a relaxation on its facet.
Amazingly, the carbon fiber monocoque of the car stayed largely intact, and Thompson suffered solely minor bumps and cuts.
Thompson instructed Fox Information that it was the primary time she ever crashed the bike, with which she set the ladies’s bike land velocity report of 328 mph earlier within the week.
She’s nonetheless undecided precisely what brought on the spill, however will likely be going over the onboard information to strive to determine what occurred, whereas her workforce assesses the harm to find out if they will get the bike again collectively for one more shot on the report on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah later this 12 months.
You’ve gotta get again on that horse.
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