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The fastest production bikes

16 October, 2019 0 By Moto Magazine CR

The fastest production bikes

Some people love to go fast. And if you are a fan of motorcycles, you can ease the need for speed with this selection of the fastest production bikes for sale today. All you need is a motorcycle endorsement, a complete set of driving equipment, that includes a full face helmet, jacket, trousers, gloves and boots, and heads to its destination as quickly as possible. If you want to go fast and have money to spend, these are the motorcycles we consider the right tools for the job. Of course, comfort and safety are always a consideration, so we include cozy frames for the gentleman, or woman, speed lover.

Aprilia RSV4 1100 2019:

When it comes to bigger superbikes, no one builds a better motorcycle than Aprilia and their factory RSV4 1100 2019 . This season sees its powerful liquid-cooled V-4 engine hitting the 1.078 cc. This update increases the horsepower with a pair of almost 190 hp and a torque of 82 lb / ft on the commercial end of the Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa rear tire. Along with a curb weight of 439 pounds fully powered and the Aprilia has an astonishing (and leader) kind of 0.43 power to weight. The Aprilia is not only fast, It is also compact and offers World Superbike handling that is at the top of the class.


BMW K 1600 GTL 2019:

BMW understands that some drivers not only want to travel fast but also comfortably. This group will love the amazing K 1600 GTL. Positioned as a sports touring motorcycle, the K 1600 GTL is the highest performance touring platform manufactured today. It is powered by an enormous power of 1,649 online and six that produces 126 hp y 106 lb / ft of maximum torque. While the horsepower number is not as impressive as other machines, the torque output of the motor (more of 90 pound-feet from idle) does the heavy lifting, literally, rock this ultra-stylish motorcycle from 772 pounds to speed in a way few sport motorcycles can match (power ratio / weight of 0.16).


BMW S 1000 RR 2020:

BMW is at the top of the heap in the sports bike class with its S 1000 RR. For 2020, BMW revised its flagship sports bike in an effort to make it faster and easier to ride. It is powered by a four-cylinder in-line engine of 999 totally new and more compact cc producing almost 183 hp on rear tire. The engine now benefits from BMW's ingenious ShiftCam technology, giving you the best of both worlds: hard-hitting low-end power and fuel-efficient mpg, with a large number of rpm. With a curb weight of 434 pounds fully powered in standard configuration and 7 less on the higher spec M setting, the mighty German motorcycle offers a power-to-weight ratio of 0.42.


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Kawasaki Ninja H2 2019:

Kawasaki has a long history of building fast motorcycles. And his supercharged Ninja H2 from 2019, It is the fastest street legal motorcycle that Team Green offers. The Ninja H2 sits in an interesting segment; not a traditional sports bike, not a touring machine or naked, the H2 focuses on acceleration in a straight line, with a thrilling roller coaster-like experience when you're at full speed. The H2 is powered by an inline engine 999 water-cooled cc that benefits from a specially designed forced air induction supercharger. H2 generates almost 190 hp and a massive peak torque of 90 lb / ft. This nasty level of power gives the Ninja 525 pounds a power ratio / weight of 0.36, and an experience like no other motorcycle on the road.


KTM 1290 Super Duke R 2019:

The 1290 KTM Super Duke R is not only one of the fastest bikes you can buy, it is also one of the most exciting. Although it does not use forced air induction like the Kawasaki, nor full fairings like RSV4 or S 1000 RR, the Super Duke R is still ridiculously fast. The KTM is powered by a gigantic liquid-cooled V-twin from 1.301 cc. On our test bench, the mighty Duke recorded 155 hp and almost 93 lb / ft of maximum torque. With a curb weight of 470 pounds, The orange motorcycle offers an impressive power-to-weight ratio of 0,33. Also note its more relaxed ergonomics which makes it more comfortable to ride than a traditional low-rise sports bike.


Suzuki GSX-R1000 2019:

During 16 years, Suzuki's GSX-R1000 has been smearing rubber on racetracks around the world. El King of Sportbikes original, the GSX-R1000, It is powered by a four-cylinder in-line engine of 999 cc that was revised for the model year 2017. During this redesign, Suzuki's top-of-the-line GSX-R gained variable valve timing, that like the new S 1000 RR, provides more powerful mid-range power without compromising high-end. When it comes to business, Suzuki's engine is good for 155 hp y 75 lb / ft de torque. Although that's not the highest in this group, is enough to give the Gixxer of 443 pounds a very favorable power-to-weight ratio of 0.34.


Yamaha YZF-R1 2020:

Yamaha's YZF-R1 revolutionized the liter-sized sports bike class with its original YZF-R1 from 1998. With the years, the R1 has evolved, getting bigger, then smaller, but the YZF-R1 2020 of the current generation is still one of the fastest production bikes you can buy. The R1 is powered by a liquid-cooled 998cc inline four, with a spin. The engine employs a MotoGP-derived single firing order that gives it the low-end grunt of a twin and the high-rpm wail of a conventional I4.. Good for 162 hp y 73 lb / ft of torque at Bridgestone rear tire (model 2015-2019), the Yamaha of 448 lb has a power ratio / weight of 0.36. It is also one of the newer sports bikes available that receives a slight update for 2020.