Best Sports Bikes

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If you are looking to get from one destination to another in no time and if you want your ride to be thrilling at the same time, then a sport bike is the one for you. But if you are new to all this and do not know or cannot exactly decide which bike to go for, then do not worry as this article is going to help you through it.

Let us now look into the details of the top sports bikes there are. 

1.  Ducati V4S

The list for the best sports bike cannot be complete without Ducati V4S. This sports bike tops the list easily with its amazing specifications. The lovely 2018 V4 controlled Panigale V4 S no dpubt sets the standards and bars high with ease. It consists of Ohlins electrically adjustable suspension,Guest Posting cornering ABS, slide control, a lean angle aware quickshifter, gorgeous TFT dash which makes it so special. Even more, it has a remarkable single sided swingarm with no gigantic fumes to destroy the lines.

It comprises of a V4 engine with a capacity of 1103 cc and power of 211 bhp / 157 kW. The top speed recorded is known to be  200 mph / 322 km/h. With an economy of 35 mpg/ 8.1 L/100km, it can travel up to 120 miles / 193 km. Its seat height is 830 mm / 32.7 inches while the wet weight is known to be 195 kg / 430 pounds. Its power to weight is recorded at 1.082 bhp/kg. The price for this masterpiece is 23,900 Pounds. 

2.  Honda Fireblade SP

Next on our list is Honda Fireblade SP. This bike is the latest model for 2020 consisting of an amazingly powerful engine, new Brembo Stylema calipers,second generation electronic suspension,larger front discs,winglets integrated into the new bodywork,a specially designed Akrapovic exhaust as standard and a fancy new TFT dash. With a solid seating position, the bike is 100% track focused.  

Going into more details, the bike comprises of a 1000 cc engine with a power of 215 bhp / 160 kW. It can go up to the speed of 185 mph / 298 km/h with an economy of 45 mpg / 6.3 L/100km. It can go up to the range of 160 miles / 257 km.

3. BMW S10000RR

Next on our list is the BMW S1000RR. A game changing bike when it launched in 2005. Now alomost three generations later the 2019 model of the bike was released.

The engine is powered by a new Variable Valve Timing engine; with less weight,  the bike is now a fancy color. Looking into its specifications now, the bike comprises of 999 cc engine with a power of 204 bhp / 152 kW.

It can go up to a speed of 185 mph / 298 km/h and has an economy of 40 mpg / 7.1 L/100km. It can travel up to a range of 150 miles / 241 km. Its seat height is 824 mm / 32.4inches and has a wet weight of 197 kg / 434 pounds.

4. Yamaha YZF- R1M

It expands on the standard R1 with semi-dynamic Ohlins electronic suspension, another ERS NPX fork, Carbon bodywork/front bumper/tail cowl and a scope of applications to set up custom ride modes. Moving on to its specifications, the bike comprises of 998 cc liner four engine with a power of 197 bhp / 147 kW. Its speed reaches up to 185 mph / 298 km/h and has an economy of 35 mpg / 8.1 L/100km. Travelling up to a range of 130 miles / 209 km, the bike’s wet weight is known to be 200 kg / 441 pounds. It has a seat height of 860 mm / 33.9 inches and costs £22,000.

5. Kawasaki ZX-10R SE

This 2018 model is known for electronically adjusting the damping 1000 times per second. We cannot forget  ABS, Brembo brakes, Ohlins steering damper and launch control. Coming to its specifications, the bike has an engine of 998 cc with a power of 197 bhp / 147 kW. Its top speed goes up to 185 mph / 298 km/h with an economy of 45 mpg / 6.3 L/100km.

Seat height is about 835 mm / 32.9 inches and the wet weight is  206 kg / 454 pounds. It can travel to a range of 170 miles / 274 km. 

6. Suzuki GSX-R1000R

Fireblade is in good competition with Suzuki’s 2017 GSX-R1000R. The bike has a Variable Valve Timing (VVT) engine. Having a more advanced Showa suspension,  a bi-directional quickshifter, launch control and a lighter battery, it is builton a £2,850 cheaper base GSX-R1000. Its specifications involve inliner four VVT engine of  1,000 cc with a power of 199 bhp / 148 kW. Its top speed can reach up to 185 mph / 298 km/h and has an economy of 40 mpg / 7.1 L/100km. Its travel range is 140 miles / 225 km and wet weight is 203 kg / 448 pounds. It costs about £16,100. 

7.  Ducati Superleggera V4

Ducati has divulged the Superleggera V4, Italian for "super light," a lighter, higher-spec edition of the Panigale V4. With a full dashing pack and fumes, it makes 234 pull and gauges a padded 335.5 pounds, an exceptional capacity of the power-to-weight proportion of 0.7 torque per pound. Ducati shaved 100 pounds off the heaviness of the previous Panigale V4 S by making the Superleggera's whole burden-bearing case from carbon fiber, and numerous different parts, for example, the bodywork and streamlined wings (which produce 110 pounds of downforce at 168 mph), are additionally made of carbon fiber, while others are made of titanium, magnesium or aluminum. Just 500 will be fabricated.

It is decided that only 500 Superleggera V4s will be produced, each individually numbered and will include a certificate of authenticity.  Valuing has not been reported, however it will absolutely cost more than the 2017 1299 Superleggera, which was $80,000.

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