In 2010, the Aussie electric motorcycle team, Team Catavolt, attained the World Landspeed Record for a modified partial electric streamliner at 177 km/h (110 miles per hour). The record took place at the Dry Lakes Racers Association meet at Lake Gairdener in South Australia. For this year's upcoming Speed Week 2011, the team has changed the hubmotor out for four 45 kW (60.35 hp) motors mounted on the swingarm for an attempt at 200 mph (322 km/h) with Jake Dolan piloting the bike.
News from Bonneville
September 2, 2011
Yates sets FIM land speed record while KillaJoule releases magic smoke. See More
Chip Yates at 2011 FIM World Speed Trails in Bonneville
March 10, 2011 - IAFRA's first event was at the Bonneville World of Speed in September. IAFRA's own Brent Singleton ran his electric EXP at the event.
Brent Singleton's Electric Ford EXP at the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Running on it's maiden voyage was KillaJoule owned by husband and wife team Bill Dube and Eva Hakannson. Eva is the KillaJoule pilot
Eva in the KillaJoule preping for it's first time trial with Bill Dube and crew making final adjustments.