Francois Gissy became the fastest “cyclists” in the world, with a record speed of 333 km / h, thereby crossing the path of the quarter mile in under seven seconds! So far we have seen various attempts at overthrowing the speed record, from cars to rocket and jet propulsion, even faster than 1 Mach (speed of sound), through motorcycles, to the ultrafast speed boats. However, this is the first time that for a breaking record is selected bike, however, not just any, but a rocket-propelled!
Francois Gissy became the fastest “cyclists” in the world, setting not only a top speed of 333 km / h, but also time under seven seconds in the quarter mile, leaving behind the Ferrari F430 Scuderia. The record was achieved at the famous Paul Ricard circuit in France, and it should be noted that the aforementioned maximum speed of 333 km / h, reached in just 4.8 seconds from a standing start!