This machine, shorn of its aircraft-inspired bodywork, is an accurate representation of the 1920 Indian Scout that Burt Munro rode to a world record at Bonneville in 1967. This replica was constructed for use in the film, The World’s Fastest Indian. In the center background is Burt’s son, John Munro, and to his left is Lee Munro, who rode Indian’s new Spirit Of Munro.

The fastest speed Burt Munro ever clocked at Bonneville was 190.07 mph in 1967, but that was on a one-way run that didn’t qualify as an official record. Lee’s fastest speed this year on a one-way run was 191.29 mph.

Burt was credited with an official record speed of 183.59 mph, an amazing feat for a motorcycle engine originally constructed in 1920. In 2014, John Munro noticed a calculation error made when determining the bike’s actual top speed in 1967, which upped Burt’s record slightly to 184.087 mph.