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Burt Munro’s Indian Scout
Burt Munro’s Indian
Bonneville Salt Flats, 1962

Origin

Burt Munro

Type

Motorcycle

Effects

Accelerated aging dependent upon speed

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Driving

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Ford-1908

Aisle

Roper-97D

Shelf

428446-3154-287

Date of Collection

February 5, 2015

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OriginEdit

A New Zealand motorcycle rider and enthusiast, Burt Munro worked for two decades hand modifying his precious 1920 Indian Scout motorcycle. He traveled to the legendary Bonneville Salt Flats of Utah, known for the barren landscape perfect for breaking land speed records. He set several records, including the fastest verifiable speed on an Indian under 1000 cubic centimeter, which occurred with a 68 year old mechanic riding a 47 year old machine.

EffectsEdit

Riding causes the user’s age to accelerate in proportion with the motorbike. The faster they initially drive, the more quickly their body will age until it reaches a plateau. Constant change in acceleration however can affect the user over a longer period and cause more noticeable aging. The user will still retain a large portion of their physical strength and mental acuity.

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