fastest Powerbikes

princej By princej, 11th Jul 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2vgbgk5w/
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Powerbike ride is fun and its speed is tremenduos. If you are having a feeling to get yours. Take note of the top fastest bikes.

Fastest Motorcycles


One of the popular hobbies for the rich is riding and speeding with a prestigious bike. They are happy to go anywhere with it. This fastest bike is also the most expensive bikes. I know you may have feeling of having yours so you as well go on a top speed and see how far you can run. Below I present to you a list of them:


10. Ducati 1098s: speed:169 mph (271km/h)

This is an innovation of Ducati from Italy uses an L-Twin Cylinder Engine with 4 valver for each cylinder with desmondromic and liquid cooled. Ducati 1098s uses 6 speed chain transmissions and the power of Ducati can reach 119.3 Kw (160.0 bhp) at 9750 rpm.


9. Bmw k 1200 S: speed: 174 mph (278km/h)

This wonderful bike is manufactured by BMWs a 6 speed manual transmission. BMW K 1200 S uses 16 valves with 4 cylinders with a DOHC, horizontal in-line and liquid cooled. This bike can produce a power of 164.94 horsepower (120.4 kW) at 10250rpm.


8. Aprilia rsv 1000r mille: speed: 175 mph (278 km/h)

This motorcycle is designed by Aprilia and has a 6 speed chain drive transmission system. It uses 998 cc 60 degree V-twin engines and can produce a power of 105.24 kw (143.09 PS; 141.13 hp) at 1000rpm.


7. Kawasaki ninja zx-11/zz-r1100: speed: 176 mph (283 km/h)

A styled motorcycle manufactured by a Japan based company Kawasaki. This bike uses a 6 speed transmission as some other fastest motorcycle. It uses 1052 cc 4-strokes, 4 cylinder, DOHC, liquid-cooled engine. The motorcycle produces a power of 108 Kw (147 PS) at 10,500 rpm.


6. Mv agusta f4 1000 r: Speed: 176 mph (299km/h)

A motorcycle produced by Augusta in Italy. This bike is powered by a 4 cylinder, 16 radial valves, DOHC, liquid cooled engine. It uses multi-disc wet cluth on 6 speed cassette gearbox and produces a power output of 128 Kw (174 horsepower)


5. Yamaha yzf r1: Speed186 mph (297 km/h)

This motorcycle is produced by Yamaha manufacturing company. This bike uses a constant mesh 6 speed transmission system. The engine used for this motorbike is forward inclined parallel 4 – cylinder, 20 valves, DOHC, liquid cooled with a production power 128.2 horsepower (95.6 Kw) at 1000 rpm.

4. Honda cbr1100xx blackbird: Speed 190 mph (310 km/h)

This motorcycle was manufactured by Honda a Japanese company. The bike has a close- ratio 6-speed transmission system. This motorcycle is using 1137 cc, liquid-cooled, four cylinder Engine. This motorcycle produces a power 114 Kw (153hp) at 10,000 rpm power.

3. Mtt turbine superbike y2k: speed: 227 mph (365 km/h)

This bike has a different transmission; it uses a 2 speed automatic transmission. In running the bike uses a Royl Royce 250-C20 turbo shaft engine. It can produce 320 horse power (239 Kw) at 52,000 rpm.


2. Suzuki hayabusa: Speed: 248 mph (397 km/h)

This is a Japanese motorcycle manufactured by Suzuki. Uses a transmission system of 6 speeds with constant mesh. It also uses a 1340cc, 4 stroke, four cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 16 valve engine.


1. Dodge tomahawk: Speed: 350 mph (560 km/h)
The best among equals, it’s a very limited motorcycle that uses 10 cylinder, 90 degrees v-type engine. This motorcycle uses a simple transmission system with just 2 speed manual transmission and produces a power of 500 horsepower (370kw) at 5600 rpm.

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author avatar Olanusi Ayomide Bright
30th Mar 2016 (#)

I wish to buy a powerbike but i am a nigerian how will i be able to get a new one direct from the factory and how will it get to me ?

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