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Britten V1000 | 1996 Britten V1000 Superbike
1996 Britten V1000 Superbike
1996 Britten V1000 Superbike
Britten V1000 | 1996 Britten V1000 Superbike Britten V1000 | 1996 Britten V1000 Superbike

1996 Britten

V1000

Britten's Battleship

The Britten V1000 was the brainchild of John Britten, a New Zealander who wanted to build the world’s fastest four-stroke motorcycle. The ultra-sleek fairing reduced drag while carbon fiber and Kevlar were used to minimize weight. One of just ten Brittens built by hand in New Zealand, this bike raced in the 1996 Battle of the Twins at the Daytona International Speedway and defied all expectations by winning first and second place against Harley-Davidson and Ducati.

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