An American named Allen Milliard differs from the vast majority of motorcycle freaks in that he does not buy motorcycles, but builds them himself.
Most of the bikes built by Allen Millyard are quite ordinary, except for the 2009 Millyard Viper V10.
What makes this bike stand out is that it is powered by a 500 horsepower 8.0-liter, 10-cylinder V-twin engine that Allen Milliard borrowed from the second-generation Dodge Viper GTS sports car.
A motorcycle equipped with this engine weighs 630 kilograms, of which 340 kilograms is the weight of the engine.
It is noteworthy that the motorcycle does not have a gearbox. Firstly, there is simply no place for it on the motorcycle frame, and secondly, the motorcycle does not need it, since the engine torque is more than enough.
Theoretically built by Allen Milliard, the Millyard Viper V10 motorcycle is capable of accelerating to 435 km. / h., but for now the maximum speed to which it was possible to disperse this motorcycle at the training ground is 322 km. / h., which is also not small.
In conclusion, it is worth noting that Allen Milliard built this motorcycle not for demonstration at various exhibitions, but for everyday use and at the moment its mileage is 14,750 kilometers.
You can learn more about this and other Allen Milliard motorcycles on his official YouTube channel.
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