Building a bike for top speed runs is not too unlike building a car. With a singular focus, modifications to the bike make it unsuitable for anything else besides its purpose of short runs at obscene power levels. It’ll probably overheat if ridden for any significant time. It won’t go over speed bumps. The longer swing arm makes it harder to turn. And with the lack of padding on the seat, no one would want to stay on it for more than a minute anyway. So what type of guy builds such a thing? Guys like Hussain Alsowaigh. The extent of modification to the bike with the relocation of major components along with the quality of the parts chosen shows Alsowaigh’s determination to reach the highest terminal velocity possible. And after going faster than any racecar besides an NHRA dragster, he has to get the bike to stop before running out of runway using a tire contact patch of maybe a couple square inches. It definitely takes determination.