60-year-old author and entrepreneur aims to smash motorbike land-speed record – and raise $1 billion for charity every year

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by neeravbhatt

60-year-old author and entrepreneur aims to smash motorbike land-speed record – and raise billion for charity every year

MOST men his age plump for joining a bowls club but 60 year-old Ron G Holland’s hobby could see him become history’s fastest man on two wheels.

Action man Ron is aiming to shatter the motorbike land speed world record, which stands at 360mph. Bearded Ron, from South London, expects his 30-foot cigar-shaped V8 super bike to smash the 400 mph barrier next year, as he rockets across the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, USA.

But top self-help author and entrepreneur Ron says riding at half the speed of sound holds no fear compared to the prospect of his wife xxxxxx rumbling how much he’s spent on his land speed bid.

“I’ve been throwing money at it, and I’d be in all sorts of trouble if she ever found out exactly how much!” stern-faced Ron said.

Ron’s bike boasts 1,000 brake horsepower – more than a Formula One car – and will be powered by nitromethane, an oxygen rich super-fuel used by drag racers.

“I’ve been racing bikes on and off for over 40 years, mostly sprinting,” says dad-of-one, Ron. “But, that’ll be like a trundle down to the shops compared to what I’ll be doing in Bonneville.”

Ron’s also hoping the land speed assault will bolster publicity for his amazing plan to raise billion for charity EVERY YEAR, with a scheme dubbed The Billion Dollar Biker.

The aim is to create a public awareness campaign to ensure that ATMs and online giants such as eBay and Amazon offer punters an option to donate to charity with each transaction.

“My latest book is called The Eureka! Enigma and is about using mind power to get things done. I’m encouraging readers and visitors to work together to generate a billion dollars every year for charity.”

Ron’s bike is currently under construction in an engineering plant near Bletchley Park, where Alan Turing helped crack the Enigma code during Word War Two, and it was this that gave Ron the idea for his latest book.

Now Ron is seeking million in land-speed sponsorship, to help bankroll transportation and team costs.

“I’m hoping companies will see it as a worthwhile venture,” said Ron.

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The Eureka! Enigma – 7 Keys to Realizing Your Dreams, is out on September 1. It is accompanied by a website (http://www.eureka-enigma.com) where people can post ‘eureka ideas’ on how banks, online firms and charities can work together to reach Ron’s annual billion charity goal. Also check out http://www.ronhollanddirect.com/ for more