Hailing from Owensboro, Kentucky, just three hours south of Indianapolis, Hayden was dressed in period gear—a leather helmet, goggles, blue-and-green sweater with "Indianapolis Speedway" sewn in script on the front and back, knickers and knee-high leather riding boots—for his spin on the restored twin-cylinder machine. He reached an estimated top speed of 40 mph."When they first fired it up, I thought, 'Man, what did I get myself into here?'" Hayden said. "But it was really cool. Those guys were men; I can’t imagine racing that bike around here."