A blast from the past!
1972: Mike Corbin built and piloted the first electric motorcycle to set a record over 100 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats.
1974: Mike created the first electric race motorcycle to use a battery technology other than simple Lead-Acid. Quicksilver takes to the salt with Yardney Silver-Zinc batteries. Thus the name “Quicksilver”.
1974: Quicksilver bumps the electric motorcycle land speed record to 165.397 miles per hour… A record that stands untouched for over 30 years.