Hyabusa Streamliner Dry Lake Racer

This Hayabusa-powered dry lake racer was designed and built in Christchurch, New Zealand, and in 2005, held an FIM speed record down under until it was purchased and brought into the USA a year later by Craig Anderson. In 2007, Craig raced the machine at the BUB Speed Trials and hit an AMA record of 168.33 mph. In 2008, a new chassis was built and in 2010, with a fresh engine, Craig hit 182.411 mph and later in 2013, hit 188.612 with the fastest pass of 190 mph. Craig said it was an honor to be able to run on the Bonneville salt flats and it made for great memories, but it is now time to pass it on. This streamliner is looking for a new owner who will breath life back into her once again and take her to the limits once more. The motorcycle as well as all of the supporting items including the 20 foot trailer will be selling as one lot at NO RESERVE during our upcoming online auction in mid October 2022 at Batorclassicauctions.com. NOTE! A full inspection and service will be necessary prior to running!  Selling with a Bill of Sale only.

This motorcycle is being offered in our Fall 2022 auction at BatorClassicAuctions.com

Bidding starts October 19!

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