Instead of sitting on the machine, like a conventional bike, the driver is strapped into a seven-point harness with his feet in front of him.
Instead of a single handlebar he has two joystick-styled controls.
Triumph has a history of breaking the land speed record, holding the title of ‘World's Fastest Motorcycle’ between 1955 to 1970.
The record-breaking Triumph Streamliners included:
and Gyronaut X1, the former achieving a top speed of 245.667 mph