Albert Crocker was one of the most influential and innovative personalities born on motorcycle scene in the 1900s.Although Albert had an engineering background he had a passion for building the motorcycles as well.
In 1930 he and Bigsby started to work on something big that went down into history as widely regarded as the fastest production motorcycle in the world.
There are two versions one is having a small tank and another big tank that is improved version.
Small tank version consists of below
- 1000 cc V-twin engine.
- This version was restored by the 1346 Venice team in Sydney, Australia.
- The top speed of this motorcycle to post was 106mph i.e 169.6 km/h.
This model was sold in auction in Las Vegas in January 2019 over $700,000.