Aeromach Owner Joins the 200 mph Club on Turbo Hyabusa

11 10 2016

CHARLOTTE, NC – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Paul Aiken, owner of Aeromach USA, LLC, a motorcycle parts manufacturer located in Charlotte, N.C., joined the elite club of motorcyclists to go over 200 mph. The run came at the Mojave Magnum event held on October 8 & 9 at Mojave Air and Space Port in California. The run of 202.4 mph in the mile and a half course was on Sunday morning after a succession of licensing runs on Saturday.

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“After a little bit of confusion on Saturday with the GPS speedometer being set on kilometers per hour reducing my run to just 107 mph we got the setting corrected and I worked my way up to the goal of 200 plus”, Aiken stated. “This experience is both exhilarating and terrifying at the same time!” he continued.

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The runs were completed under the watchful eye of Ted Rich and Elaine Carpenter from sbktraining.com, the Phoenix based super bike school.  Both Rich and Carpenter are accomplished racers and 200 MPH Club Members. The turbocharged Hyabusa race bikes are prepped at the shops of Rich.

About Aeromach

Aeromach USA LLC is based in Charlotte, North Carolina and is a manufacturer of billet aluminum motorcycle accessories including mirrors, handlebar risers, floorboards, heel/toe shifters and other accessories. Aeromach manufactures and distributes accessories for Victory, Indian, Harley-Davidson, and many metric cruisers. Aeromach is also the North American representative for Highway Hawk motorcycle accessories from Motolux, BV based in Barneveld, The Netherlands.

Source: Aeromach USA LLC

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