There are many v8 motorcycles today, but this is the craziest I have ever seen.
http://newatlas.com/glen-curtis-pioneer ... der/46766/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;Despite all you read about early car speed records, trains actually held the land speed record until 1907. That all changed when Glen Curtis built and rode a V8 motorcycle to a land speed record of 136 mph. Within a decade he would become the Henry Ford of the aerospace industry, but his motorcycle record of 1907 was not bested until 1930. It was the only motorcycle to ever hold the outright land speed record and
Curtis installed one of his 4000cc V8 aircraft engines into a motorcycle and blew all competitors into the weeds with a run of 136.27 mph on 24 January 1907