Sponsored by Opus and Mortgage Strategy, Colin Eadie, 36, is aiming is to break the existing world record of 89.9mph on a Suzuki GSXR 1000 bike.
All funds raised will go to the charity British Blind Spot, which benefits those who are visually impaired and funds many activities both locally and on an international and even Olympic scale.
There will be TV, national and local press coverage of the event plus support from the Guinness Book of Records.
Punters have the opportunity to guess the speed that will be the new world record by donating a minimum sum of £5.
Kevin Friend, sales and marketing director at Opus, says: “We can't lose sight of what's going in our own industry but its refreshing to be associated with something other than the fast pace of the mortgage world.
“We are delighted to support this record attempt and the charity it supports and look forward to contributions from the industry.”