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Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Breaks Land Speed Record

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A Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 called "Sabre" hit a top speed of 132.050 MPH / 212.514 km/h at Lake Gairdner, South Australia.

The Mid Life Cycles Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Salt Racer has smashed the class record at the annual Speed Week run at Lake Gairdner, South Australia.

Ridden by first-time salt racer Charlie Hallam, the Interceptor 650 Twin nicknamed SABRE broke the four-year-old class record on each of its runs, leaving the new mark at 132.050 MPH or 212.514 km/h.

The Interceptor 650 was entered in Class M-F 650, for 650cc un-streamlined motorcycles running commercial unleaded fuel. The old record of 119.961 MPH was set at Lake Gairdner in 2016. Charlie Hallam broke the record on Day One of Speed Week (Monday 8 March 2021), with his first run at 121.782 MPH. He backed that up with a 123.601 MPH pass, for a provisional record of 122.691 MPH.

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