If you do not have a thirst for adrenaline and speed then the vicious power of high-powered motorcycles may not be for you.
However, for many people they cannot be behind the wheel without letting out some ridiculous power on the streets. The Suzuki Hayabusa street bike is one of the most intimidating bikes on the road.
Now, before you deny that the Suzuki Hayabusa is the fastest motorcycle on the planet, please keep in mind that this is not the incredible 2nd gen Suzuki Hayabusa that rolls off the production line with a mere 197 hp, and 172 hp on the rear wheel.
Patrik “Wheelie” Fürstenhoff aka Ghostrider is a bike mechanic from Stockholm, Sweden, and he holds the official world record for high speed wheelstands, hitting a blistering top speed of 214 mph (345 km/h) on the back wheel.Anyone who’s taken a bike on a racetrack knows how powerful a force air resistance can be as you approach 180 mph (300 km/h) – the idea of raising the front wheel at those speeds is frankly terrifying. The air itself would be like a brick wall – you’d be hanging onto the bars for dear life, let alone trying to deal with that force getting under the bike and trying to flip it over backwards. Now, watch the video below with Ghostrider hitting the public road with his Hayabusa monster and enjoy.