Fast and Furious Sports Bikes
Adventurous people love sports bikes. Harrison Ford said “Bikes and planes are not about going fast or having fun; they are toys but serious ones”. Perhaps he was ignorant of the fact that most of the people love speedy bikes more than anything. Bike lovers prefer the fastest sports bikes. If you are among them, here is the list of 10 fast and furious sports bikes, for you and all the people who are seeking speedy sports bikes.
Do you like thrill in life? Try Suzuki Hayabusa. It has been rated as the most influential and best ever bike throughout the World. Suzuki launched this sports bike in 1999. It can attain speed of 188-194 miles per hour. It was named as Hayabusa which is a Japanese word and it means “Peregrine Falcon” (Known for its speed). Its 2010 model is outclass and powered by 4-stroke DOHC engine with 6-speed transmission.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 was launched in 2006. Since then it has gained remarkable appreciation. Kawasaki tried to compete with Suzuki Hayabusa with its Ninja ZX-14. Speed of 180 miles per hour was recorded for this stunning bike. It is powered by liquid cool DOHC engine.
ZX-10R is another adventurous bike from the house of Kawasaki. It was introduced in 2004, but its features were customized in 2005. ZX-10R has an edge over other bike that it is light weight. It has been marked as the fuel-efficient sports bike. It is powered by 4-stroke DOHC engine. Like ZX-14 its engine is also liquid-cooled and features 4-valve cylinders.
Suzuki GSX-R1000 is extremely sporty. It was launched in 2011 and it is famous Worldwide due to its powerful engine. It 2010 model features 999cc, liquid-cooled, 4-cylinder, 4-stoke DOHC engine, dual hydraulic disc brakes for front and single hydraulic disc brakes for rear. Capacity of its fuel tank is 18L.
Yamaha YZR-R1 is a superbike. It was launched in 1998. It was named as the Motorcycle of the year in 2009 by a motorcyclist magazine. Yamaha has modified it through the years. 2011 model of YZR-R1 features 998cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke DOHC 16-valved engine with 6-speed transmission. Its fuel capacity is 4.8 gallon and fuel economy is 33 miles per gallon.
MV Augusta F4 R312 was launched in 1994. It’s a superb racing bike. 2010 model features; 998cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled DOHC engine. It can be speed up-to 187.7 miles per hour. Fuel capacity of Augusta F4 R312 is 5.55 gallons and reserve fuel capacity is 1.06 gallons. It also includes the characteristics of Moto GP bike. You can choose it, if you are interested in Moto GP bike competition.
Honda CBR 1000RR was launched in 2004. It was especially designed for the people who were interested in Motor GP racing competition. CBR 1000RR is also known as Fireblade. It features a 999cc, liquid-cooled, 4-cylinder engine. It’s the coolest sports bike and complete blend of performance and style. State-of-the-art features and ABS technology mark it as standard setter.
Ducati 1098S is an Italian master piece. It is a stylish and among the World’s fastest sports bike. It features 198cc, liquid-cooled, 4-cylinder 6-speed transmission engine. Capacity of its fuel tank is 4.1 gallon. It was awarded as “Best Bike of the Year” in 2008 by the Super Star World Association. Its fuel-efficiency is matchless. 1098S is a cool combination of style, speed and performance.
Suzuki GSX-R750 is a classic sports bike introduced in 1985. It is the bike that can surely catch your attraction. It 2010 model is powered by 750cc four stroke, 16-valve, liquid-cooled DOHC engine with 6-speed transmission. It is neither too heavy nor too light. It is medium in weight. Biker can attain a speed up-to180 miles per hour. GSX-R750 always remained the first choice of bikers, who desire to enjoy a complete sporty ride.
What do you think BMW just manufactures classic cars? Absolutely not. K1200S is a super fast sports bike, manufactured by BMW. It is powered by 1157cc liquid-cooled, 4-cylinder engine. BMW has innovatively design this master piece K1200S.
Optimistically these fast and furious Sports bikes will help you to explore your adventurous side.