Triumph held the motorcycle land speed record for nearly 15 years straight, but that run ended in 1970. The Triumph Rocket was built to bring it back after a 45 year absence. Powered by a pair of turbocharged Rocket II engines producing over 1,000hp combined, this carbon Kevlar-skinned land missile is over 25 feet long, yet just two feet wide and three feet tall. It'll be piloted by Guy Martin, a famous British motorcycle racer and one of the few crazy enough to compete in the Isle of Man TT. Aiming for a speed of over 400 mph, they'll take their shot later this month.