200mph V10 bike on show at NEC

See Allen Millyard's V10 Viper at this year's NEC Bike Show - 27th November to 6th December

AFTER breaking 200mph on its first ever speed test, Allen Millyard’s 500bhp Viper V10 is to make its first public appearance at the Carole Nash International Motorcycle and Scooter Show at the Birmingham NEC from the 27th November to 6th December.

The bike was hand-built over two years by the Berkshire-based mechanical engineer, Allen Millyard, who has created a beast sporting a mighty 8-litre Dodge Viper V10 engine, producing a fearsome 500bhp, 525ftlb of torque and up to 2G of force.

Millyard, who created the bike without drawings, computers or additional support, and has secured the Department of Transport Motorcycle Single Vehicle Approval, plans to break the world land speed record.

Millyard said: “The world land speed record for an unfaired motorcycle is 252mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats. We’re going to try and beat that next spring, in the UK, at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground.”