During the week of February 15th, several experimental trials were held at Daytona Beach, Florida. Fred Ludlow set the record for an eight-valve on February 13th with a speed of 102.87 mph. Red Parkhurst broke that record on the 15th with a speed of 103.39 mph. In addition to breaking Ludlow’s record, Parkhurst also set world records for the one, two, and five mile runs. On the same day, Ludlow set another record in a four-valve Harley-Davidson by covering five miles in 3 minutes, 56 seconds at a rate of 76 mph. On February 17th, Parkhurst established four new sidecar records with a speed of over 84 mph in an eight-valve Harley-Davidson “Bullet” sidecar. The image shows Parkhurst and Ludlow in the “Bullet” sidecar.