The modified Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 clocked in at 150 miles per hour, a record that has yet to be confirmed by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM). The best part about this record? It was set by 18 year-old Cayla Rivas from Fresno, California. What does a kid knows about setting records, you probably wonder. Oh, I don’t know, a thing or twelve, probably: that’s the number of records she has under her belt. At 18. I’ll give you a minute to take that in.
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A little taste of The Pure Pursuit of Speed! Team Royal Enfield - S&S gave Cayla Rivas a bike that could break records, and break them she did (pending FIM certification), the 650 Twin powering us into the record books on the first day! Not satisfied to stop there, the team worked tirelessly, getting in a total of 20 more runs over the rest of the week, and a top speed of over 150 mph. And that record? More to come soon... #royalenfield #royalenfieldnorthamerica #royalenfieldcustom #royalenfieldtwins #ridepure #bonnevillesaltflats #harrisperformance #sscycle #caylarivas #womenwhorace #batesleathers #freeridentertainment