The record for the Longest motorcycle burnout was recently achieved by Joe Dryden (USA) at Orlando Speed World in Orlando, Florida, measuring 3.58 km (2.23 mi).
Dryden achieved this feat while on board a 2017 Victory Octane™ motorcycle, created by Victory Motorcycles, an American motorcycle manufacturer.
The attempt proved challenging for Dryden, who lost air pressure on the sixth of seven and a quarter laps, but he was still able to maintain the tire burnout during this time.
The Victory Octane™ motorbike has 104 horsepower 1200cc V-Twin and it is the most powerful bike Victory Motorcycles has built. It can run a quarter mile in 12 seconds and go from 0 to 60 mph in under four seconds.
The record was announced during the Daytona Bike Week event, where the Octane made its official launch at a starting price of $10,499.