Top 10 Fastest Motorcycles in the World

Top 10 Fastest Motorcycles in the World.

Number 10. Yamaha YZF-R1M. Top speed: 299 kilometres per hour. Price: $26,000.
LEGENDARY sports bikes really don’t come much bigger than the Yamaha-R1M. Yamaha has taken the wraps off it's  latest-generation flagship sport bikes, the YZF-R1M, featuring refinements  to the CP4 cross-plane crankshaft engine,  an augmented electronic rider aids package,  enhanced suspension and redesigned bodywork. The R1 was the only machine to take the  crown of Honda’s all-conquering Blade. This bike equipped with Ohlins-NPX  gas-charged fork with optimized Electronic Racing Suspension function, the  first-ever used on a production motorcycle. It's 998cc, liquid-cooled in line 4 cylinder engine provides  an estimated 200 horsepower on the track. It just takes 2.7 seconds to  reach 100 kilometres per hour from standstill, while the top speed is limited to 299 kilometres per hour electronically. 

Number 9. Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR. Top speed: 300 + km/h. Price: $25,000.
On the track, it’s an absolute weapon. Much of the credit goes to its truly excellent  Showa-sourced gas-charged suspension. There’s no shortage of sweet handling  superbikes on the market, however the front suspension complements the Ninja in  a way other manufacturers cannot match. It’s easily one of the better handling  litre-class bikes you can buy today. As if the ZX-10RR wasn't special enough, Kawasaki  is limiting its production run to 500 to ensure exclusivity and a hefty amount of bragging rights. The Kawasaki ZX-10RR is powered by a 998 cc,  four-stroke, liquid-cooled, in-line 4 engine  capable of producing 203 horsepower at 11,500 rpm. This bike is capable of accelerating  from 0 to 100  kilometres per hour in under 3 seconds and will continue to reach a top speed of  300  kilometres per hour.

Number 8. Suzuki GSX-R1000R. Top speed: 300 + kilometres per hour. Price: $29,000.
The evolution of the GSX-R1000 has  taken a huge step in 2017 with the whole package getting more advanced  and more refined than ever before. It has the power, it has the  electronics, it has the handling. Long story short, Suzuki is no longer  struggling to keep up. Actually, the GSX-R1000R may now be leading the  race towards this year’s litre bike crown. The Japanese manufacturer did a great job blending  a powerful engine with a well-balanced frame. The power output brings the model again in  line with the top superbikes of the moment. The new 1000 cc engine provides 202 horse-power at 13,200 can reach 100 kilometres per hour in 3 seconds and it's top speed is 300  kilometres per hour. Suzuki is calling this bike the most powerful, hardest-accelerating, cleanest-running GSX-R  ever built.

Number 7. BMW S1000RR.
Top Speed: 301 kilometres per hour. Price: $25,000.
The BMW S1000RR is one of the  fastest bikes in the market. This bike carries a 999 CC 16-valve motor engine with a new intake cam, and lighter in-let valves as compared to its predecessor. The BMW S1000 R R is designed for speed, with a really light frame. The weight of the  bike is 4 kilograms lesser than the previous one. 
It produces maximum power of 207 horse-power and 13,500 rpm.  The engine comes with six-speed  gearbox with anti-hopping clutch. The bike is designed with a sleek and  aerodynamic body to create less drag. This is paired with a host of electronic  rider aids, which includes ABS pro,  traction control, riding modes,  dynamic damping control and more. All these features aids the BMW S1000 R R to  reach from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 3.1 seconds and continue to reach a top speed of 301 kilometres per hour.

Number 6. MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro. Top Speed: 302 kilometres per hour. Price: $46,000.
The MV Agusta could be considered the two-wheeled  version of Lamborghini: dreamy, with a financially troubled past, and so-Italian. Limited to 300 units worldwide, the Brutale 1000 Serie Oro is powered  by a 998 cc inline four-cylinder motor, that borrows heavily from the company’s World Superbike Championship F4 RC racer. Experience accumulated from the World Superbike Championship, has been poured into the engine of the Brutale 1000 Serie Oro. The four-cylinder engine does not betray MV Agusta traditions' in terms of technological choice,  but it does open a new chapter for materials, design and electronics. According to MV Agusta, the bike has a top speed of over 302 kilometres per hour  and an incredible 212 horse-power at 13,450 rpm. The riders smartphone can be connected  via Bluetooth to the dashboard to manage incoming calls, texts and music. 

Number 5. Aprilia RS V4 1100. Top Speed: 305 kilometres per hour. Price: $25,000.
In it's 10 years of life, the Aprilia RS V4 has  become one of the all-time great superbikes. A near perfect ratio of crushing power via  that V4 motor, one of the sweetest chassis ever fitted to a production motorcycle. In 2019, that’s all changed, as Aprilia modified The flagship model, RS V4 with 1078 cc V4 engine that pumps out 217 horse-power. This new machine sits alongside  the base-model RS V4 R R. It’s difficult not to fall in love with the motor, and gearbox on the RSV4. The 1100 model  will make you feel like a riding machine. The combination of the motor, chassis, suspension,  wings, brakes, and electronics make for a bike that will take some serious beating. The Aprilia RS V4 1100 is a stunning machine. Engine power and gear ratios deliver a top speed of almost 305 kilometres per hour.  

Number 4. Honda CB R1000 R R R Fire-blade SP. Top Speed: 305 kilometres per hour. Price: $34,000.
The CB R1000 R R Fire-blade is Honda’s  flagship sports bike for the masses, bringing racetrack technology to the road. The motorcycle has now improved in terms of  power and innovation. It receives a range of latest elements including Wheelie Control, Rear Lift Control, Engine Braking, Riding Mode Select System, Power  Selection, and a new ABS gyroscopic mechanism. The Fire-blade is powered by a re-engineered,  and more compact 999 cc inline-four cylinder engine producing 214 horse-power at 14,500 rpm. The physical dimensions of the Fire-blade’s engine has been decreased. A more compact layout between the crankshaft, countershaft, and main transmission shafts  shortens the overall length of the engine. It's been a long-time Fire-blade has retained  its position both in MotoGP, and market with new 1000 R R as one of the finest & best  bike in the world Honda can offer. The Honda CBR 1000 R R is capable of accelerating  from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 2.9 seconds, and carries on to register a top speed of 305 kilometres per hour.

Number 3. Ducati Panigale V4 R. Top Speed: 306 kilometres per hour. Price: $40,000.
The Ducati Panigale V4 is the latest super-bike from the Italian company. Ducati have built the Panigale V4 R to win the World Super-bike championship and nothing else. The Panigale V4 R feels nothing like a road bike when you take it on track. It accelerates so quickly, turns so fast, and stings with so much force, it makes previous sports bikes feel  like a soft, fluffy touring bike. The prominent highlight of the Panigale V4 is the all-new V4 engine which is derived from the Moto GP bike. The motorcycle also gets fully adjustable Showa suspension at the front and  Sachs unit at the rear. The motorcycle also comes with a host of riding modes and aids. The Ducati Panigale V4 draws power from an all-new Desmosedici Stradale 998 cc, 90 degree V4 engine producing 221 horse-power and 124Nm of torque.  The engine is mated to a 6-speed gear-box. It just takes 2.7 seconds to reach 100 kilometres per hour from standstill, while the top speed is 306 kilometres per hour. 

Number 2. MTT 420 RR. Top Speed - 400 kilometres per hour. Price: $225,000.
Marine Turbine Technologies has delivered great bikes to the customer with 100  percent customization option. A power output of 420 horse-power is usually the preserve of sports cars and premium SUVs. But what if we told you, Marine Turbine Technologies MTT, a company, which believes in making even stunning bikes, recently unveiled a superbike which will have a peak power output that matches a car . The new age motorcycle comes with a Rolls Royce Allison – 250 – C20 Gas Turbine producing  52,000 rpm and 678Nm of torque at just 2,000 rpm. Yes, it can literally compete with anything and win without much effort. The long wheelbase and carbon fibre parts make it really a stable machine. The top-speed of the bike is a whopping  400 kilometres per hour and the motorcycle can run on either diesel or kerosene.

Number 1. Kawasaki Ninja H2R. Top Speed: 400 kilometres per hour. Price: $55000.
The term fast motorcycle, has been taken to a new level by Kawasaki, with the introduction of the Ninja H2R — a  supercharged litre-class motorcycle, which is the fastest production motorcycle currently. The Kawasaki Ninja H2R has set its own category as a supercharged race bike, capable of pushing to 400 kilometres per hour. This tag came out right after it engaged  in a series of outrageous sprint runs, challenging an F-16 fighter jet, a Formula 1 car, a Bugatti Veyron, and a Tesla Model S racer. The H2R is the most powerful production motorcycle ever made with a  staggering 310 horse-power. How? - Supercharging. The power comes from a supercharged 998 cc in  line four cylinder engine. The supercharger is built completely in house by Kawasaki. Kawasaki promised it would be nothing short of epic, and they delivered.  What more is there to say? It’s the ultimate top trump card; the fastest, most powerful production bike ever, and it works.

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