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The CLK 350 and my old ’65 Goat both got me north of 110. The Goat is gone & the MB gets pampered.
Do 110 on a bike for a real sensation of speed. On my bagger with a frame mounted fairing you can feel quasi-relaxed. On the hot rod Dyna one needs to be very aware and it is LOUD.
I was on the back of a sport bike around 110mph. It gets pretty hard to hang on to the person in front of you when accelerating to that speed and there’s no seat back behind you.
I think I made to 100 once or twice in the Trans Am.