US stunt ace breaks Harley long distance jump record - TWICE

Seth Enslow breaks world record twice in a day, in Sydney, Australia

Posted: 2 March 2010
by Visordown News


AMERICAN STUNT ACE Seth Enslow has set a new record for the longest distance jumped on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.

The stunt, which took place Down Under in Australia, at Barangaroo, on Sydney harbour, saw Enslow clear 183.7 feet (56m), breaking Bubba Blackwell's existing Harley record, set in Las Vegas 1999 by 18 feet (5.4m).

Enslow beat the existing record during a training jump earlier in the day, but decided to attempt the stunt again, as only a third of the expected press were there to see the record broken.

Cool dude.

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Well... I guess that proves the coming apocalypse then...

I guess that Pigs... or more appropriately... "hawgs" CAN fly! 

I would have thought the "hawg" would have plunged to the ground shortly after "liftoff"... 


Posted: 02/03/2010 at 14:53

Well... I guess that proves the coming apocalypse then...

I guess that Pigs... or more appropriately... "hawgs" CAN fly! 

I would have thought the "hawg" would have plunged to the ground shortly after "liftoff"... 


Posted: 02/03/2010 at 14:53

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