He might have placed second at Pikes Peak this year, finishing the 12.42-mile hill climb six seconds behind Carlin Dunne, but holy shit is Greg Tracy's 9:58 race impressive. Peaking at over 144mph through a course that includes 156 turns and climbs to the 14,110-foot peak, this is the first year the full mountain has been paved. As you can see in the attached pics, Tracy uses a mix of road race-style hanging off and supermoto foot-out depending on the speed of the turn. The video? I just watched it and it scared me. The 155bhp Ducati Multistrada 1200 is really this fast too.

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