Max Hazan of Hazan Motorworks hasn’t been producing bespoke motorcycles for that long, but every single one of his unique creations has been nothing short of exceptional. His latest creation eschews the sleek and minimal looks of his previous bikes like the Hazan Motorworks Musket Bike in favor of something more robust that was purpose built to tackle the famous Bonneville Salt Flats. The bike is called the Saltshaker, and it’s the result of a collaboration between Hazan and friend / moto museum owner Bobby Haas. The entire bike is based on a completely bespoke frame powered by a Motus MST pushrod V4 engine originally designed and made in Birmingham, Alabama that’s good for 180hp stock and limited to 1,650cc. That amount of power–despite the fact the whole bike weighs only 625lbs wet–wasn’t enough for the team, so they also strapped a Garrett GT28R ball-bearing turbo behind the ride that ups to 250-270hp at the crank. In other words, it’s basically a rocketship with wheels.