As God'S was busy... I took the liberty of looking it up myself: This piece of motor racing memorabillia, was a joint venture betweeen Wagga Wagga Motorcycle Wreckers Pty Ltd and Mitre10 Aerospace, to wrestle the Guiness world landspeed record for motorcycles back home to Australia, at a specially constructed high security facility to be set up on the Boggabri mudflats in 1966. Using a 1958 Triumph Tiger chassis as the running gear, the propulsionary device for the record attempt was provided by an experimental Posio Sensitive Spurgeonomic Reo-Fractor Sphere Aggregate - (PSSR-FSA) originally developed by the Soviet space program in the 60’s; intended as a positioning drive and docking unit on the Salyut space station. Wagga Wreckers CEO - Mike Hunt - found the unit on special at a Vladivostock flea market sale, while holidaying in Siberia with his mail-order bride - Svetlana - a couple of years prior. The PSSR-FSA featured a hypobaric chamber of polyunsaturated canola isotopes (silver canister on the downtube) which were blended together with distilled acryliolitic thyrobenzine (red Primus cylinder) - or mineral turps (if that’s all that ya’ can get your hands on - they were lateral thinker’s them Russians) - to serve as the propellant. These two agents were combined by way of the mono-harmonic pfizzle valve (the brass fitting beside rear wheel), in order to create a fluxing gas, that upon entering the zero gravity conditions present in reo-fractor sphere, caused a high velocity spurgeonomic implosion inside the geodetic core. This implosive energy was subsequently funneled via an inversionary wangle vortex (facing to the rear of the motorcycle) creating a positive kinetic thrust, that – in theory – should have driven the Triumph forward at an incredible rate of knots. Unfortunately during test runs down the Hume Highway in 1964, record setting pilot Buster Coit hit a wormhole just outside of Yass, and the entire motorcycle disappeared up his own arse… remaining lost to the world for more than thirty years, until – on his death bed – Buster passed wind, and the Triumph suddenly re-appeared in a mini tornado. As per Coits last wish, his family kindly donated the engineering masterpiece to the Broken Hill museum in memory of Buster’s heroic inter-dimensional two wheeled racing carreer.