Zef Eisenberg was a British ultra-speed motorbike racer and television broadcaster who founded the sports nutrition brand Maximuscle.
After attempting to break the 207mph land speaking record, he died in a catastrophic crash. After reports of a serious crash, he perished at Elvington Airfield near York.
Former Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond crashed in 2006 at the same place.
Zef Eisenberg Cause Of Death
Zef Eisenberg, the creator of a multimillion-dollar fitness company and a motorbike racer, died at the age of 47. Eisenberg was the founder of the Madmax Race Team, which attempts speed records on motorcycles and automobiles. His family verified his ipassing.