The KillaCycle electrical reach new record speeds of 155.87mph.
At a drag race in Chandler, Arizona, the electrical bike finished a quarter mile in 8.168s, breaking the old record of 8.801s held by Dennis Berube with an electric car for more than six years.
The KillaCycle is not the fastest electrical vehicle under the sun though. Take the Ohio State University Buckeye Bullet, which reach already 321mph back in 2004.
The bike is powered by 990 lithium ion cells from A123 Systems, a Massachusetts start-up that is also making batteries for General Motors.
More details on CNET and on the KillaCycle site.
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