10 Best Sport Motorcycles
The 10 best sport motorcycles offer maximum speed, acceleration, braking and maneuverability. Sadly, they are not as comfortable as other bikes when riding. Here are the 10 best sport motorcycles.
- Kawasaki Ninja 250R. This bike came on the market in 1983. It is one of the top sellers of all sports bikes because of its light handling and amazing fuel mileage.
- Yamaha YZF R1. Yamaha introduced this sport bike in 1998. It has a six speed transmission with a top speed of 186 mph. This Yamaha model has great fuel mileage of 25 mpg.
- Harley Davidson VRSC V-Rod Muscle. This Harley model has a twin engine with liquid cooling. It has 86 pounds of torque with a 122 horsepower.
- Honda VRF 1200F. Honda came out with the first dual clutch transmission that has ever been offered on a bike with this model. The bike premiered at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show.
- Buell 125R. This sport bike has 146 hp with a six speed transmission. The Buell is powered by a 1,125cc V-twin engine that is liquid cooled. The bike was introduced in 2007 by Buell Motorcycle Company.
- Ducati 848. This Ducati model flies at a top speed of 159 mph. The motorcycle was released in 2007 and is available in red or pearl white. The 2010 model has a special paint scheme.
- Triumph Daytona 675. This Triumph model was introduced in 2006 at the NEC International Motorcycle Scooter Show. In 2006 and 2007, the Triumph Daytona 675 won Best Master Bike. There is special edition available with a black engine case and gold wheels, decals and steering nut.
- BMW F800S- Introduced in 2006 by BMW Motorrad, this bike has 85.2 hp. It comes with a six speed manual transmission and a two cylinder, liquid cooled engine.
- Honda VFR 750F. This model has 98 hp with a liquid cooled double overhead cam. The bike won the Best 750cc Sport Bike award four years in a row by Cycle World magazine.
- Ducati 1198. The 1198 model is an upgrade from the former model, 1098 with more horsepower and torque. It has a top speed of 186 mph and goes 60 mph in less than 2.5 seconds.
Posted on: Sep. 11, 2010