Fastest motorcycles | Top 10 fastest motorcycles in the world

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Ducati 1098

Ducati 1098
Ducati 1098

Top speed: 173.3 mph
0-60 time: 3,5s
Maximum power: 160 hp
Hard to believe that Ducati barely managed to revive the production after the Second World War and used to sell bicycles with motors attached to them. In 2007 the Italian company introduced Ducati 1098. With its reduced weight and stunning performance at the price of $18,995 the blood-red superbike gives you total control over riding.

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Suzuki GSX R 1000

Suzuki GSX R 1000
Suzuki GSX R 1000

Top speed: 173 mph
0-60 time: 3s
Maximum power: 160 hp
Suzuki took their time with this one. Thirty years of Suzuki motorbikes and more than one million editions sold, and the company decided that the world is ready to meet not the King, but the Emperor of Sportbikes, Suzuki GSX R 1000.

 

 

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Yamaha YZF R1

Yamaha YZF R1
Yamaha YZF R1

Top speed: 179 mph
0-60 time: 3,04s
Maximum power: 140-200 hp
Since its initial introduction in 1998, Yamaha YZF R1 would undergo changes every other year. The result is a superbike that is competitive against other brands, gets updated for the best and is aggressive at the surface, but compliant in nature which provides the best experience.

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Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R (ZZR 1400)

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R (ZZR 1400)
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R (ZZR 1400)

Top speed: 186 mph
0-60 time: 2,5s
Maximum power: 190-200 hp
As of 2007 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R was the company’s best motorbike as of 2007 and back then slayed the top speed war with other motorcycle brands.

 

 

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BMW S1000RR

BMW S1000RR
BMW S1000RR

Top speed: 188 mph
0-60 time: 2,6s
Maximum power: 199 hp
BMW S1000RR was made to win, quite literally. After all BMW developed the superbike to compete in the 2009 Superbike World Championship. With its powerful performance and outstanding edgy look, the motorcycle was a real trailblazer back then and won five awards in the first year of production. The company pushed the limits of untamed power even further with the 2013 BMW S1000RR HP4 edition.

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MV Agusta F4 R312

MV Agusta F4 R312
MV Agusta F4 R312

Top speed: 193.24 mph
0-60 time: 2,8s
Maximum power: 183 hp
It is safe to say that MV Agusta knows for sure how to build a powerful engine. However test drives left reviewers wondering if fast and mighty equals comfortable and versatile. MV Agusta F4 is at its best on a racing track. The more you push, the better gets the performance. However slow rides might lack smoothness and compliance.

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Suzuki GSX-R 1300 Hayabusa

Suzuki GSX-R 1300 Hayabusa
Suzuki GSX-R 1300 Hayabusa

Top speed: 188 to 194 mph
0-60 time: 2,6s
Maximum power: 172 hp
As many glorious vehicles that made history, Suzuki GSX-R 1300 Hayabusa was born in competition, this time with Honda. And the efforts were totally worth it. Since it was first introduced in 1999, no other motorcycle manufacturers could beat Suzuki for the following six years.

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MTT Turbine Superbike

MTT Turbine Superbike
MTT Turbine Superbike

Top speed: 227 mph
0-60 time: 2,5s
Maximum power: 320 hp
The motorcycle industry is definitely a field for experiments. Who knew you could stuff a steam engine or helicopter turbine into a bike? After many years of building turbines for boats, generators, firefighting equipment, MTT squeezed the best out of their experience and created the Rolls Royce Allison 250 turboshaft engine for its MTT Turbine Superbike.

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MTT Streetfighter Turbine

MTT Streetfighter Turbine
MTT Streetfighter Turbine

Top speed: 250 mph
0-60 time: 2,5s
Maximum power: 420 hp
There’s no such thing as too perfect. Exactly the thought that the MTT developers had in mind while pushing the boundaries and creating MTT Streetfighter Turbine with even more stunning specs, enhanced fuel capacity and cooling system.

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Dodge Tomahawk

Dodge Tomahawk
Dodge Tomahawk

Top speed: 300 mph
0-60 time: 2,5s
Maximum power: 1000 hp
With Dodge Tomahawk Chrysler made a clear statement that the company wasn’t afraid of taking risks to put them ahead of the game. Dodge Tomahawk, a non-street legal beast and a true work of art at the same time, features the Dodge viper engine that calculatedly lets the vehicle accelerate up to 420 mph.