Some of you may consider this record very specific, but the footage the BMW team captured is awe-inspiring. The Hunter Sills team has broken 'the naturally aspirated, partly streamlined land-speed motorcycle division' record. Watch the 4K footage below, and click and drag the screen to change camera angles.
In case you didn't quite catch the details, the bike was piloted by Erin Sills. Motivated by the death of her late husband, Sills who broke the same record in 2013 with a top speed of 355 km/h.
The record was broken in Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, which is the world's largest salt flat. As you can see, you need a bit of space for a record like this.
For a very compelling 'motorbike', see 'Can-Am's Ryker Is Some Of The Most Fun You Can Have On The Road'.