THE ALL AMERICAN girl next door, Jody Perewitz, has done it once again. Leaving the competition scratching their heads at Bonneville, Jody took her all new 120 cubic inch, turbo-charged V-Twin down the salt in blistering fashion. Initially, she and the team worked speeds up to 200 mph (321.8 km/h) before making a first run of 199 which was backed up with a 206. Later she hit the mile at 202 and exited at 211 for an average of 206 (335.5 km/h). Now that’s smokin’!
The new record once again established Perewitz as the fastest women on an American motorcycle, put both of her bikes in the 200 mph club, and raised her tally to 15 Land Speed records, four National #1 plates (AMA records), and one all-important World Record. Careful guys, this lady bites!
While the sleek and brutal #264 is designed, fabricated and tuned by Team Perewitz and Dan Thayer, it was Miss Jody who personally designed and applied that one off, custom mixed, electric blue flake paint scheme.
Jody Perewitz and her team have taken the salt by storm in a relatively short period of time and this year looks to be another record setting season.
If you would like more information on the future adventures in speed by Team Perewitz, be sure to follow her at www.facebook.com/teamjwitz