TOP 10 FASTEST SUPER BIKES In the World {2018 Update}
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10 Fastest Motorcycles in the World
For years, there was no point to making a list of the fastest motorcycles. Bike makers agreed to limit speeds at 186 miles per hour in order to escape the wrath of safety regulators from Japan to both sides of the Atlantic. As a result, only a few manufacturers pushed the limits while the rest offered minor upgrades or track-only extras to increase a bike’s power.
10. Aprilia RSV4 RF
Top speed: 185 mph
The Aprilia RSV4 received an upgrade in muscle for its most recent model, setting the power at 201 horses and 85 pound-feet of torque. With a dry weight of 397 pounds, there’s a lethal amount of power on tap. Reviewers who blasted down the track in a factory RSV4 reported no trouble hitting the mark of 185 mph, and this one is even faster.
9. Yamaha YZF R1M
Top speed: 186 mph
The Yamaha YZF R1M is another bike capable of outpacing the competition with the right rider aboard. Weighing in at 443 pounds wet, the 998cc inline four-cylinder engine is capable of 165 horsepower and 74 pound-feet of torque.
8. MV Agusta F4 RR
Top speed: 194 mph
With a 998cc four-stroke, 16-valve engine capable of 201 horsepower, and 82 pound-feet of torque, it’s easy to see why riders chuckle at the idea the Agusta F4 RR can only reach its claimed top speed of 185 mph. An F4 RR with a lighter torque quotient hit 194 miles per hour at Nardo in the previous decade, so there’s no question this model belongs on any list of fastest road bikes.
7. Suzuki Hayabusa
Top speed: 194 mph
Any look at the elite group of bikes must include Suzuki Hayabusa, which does power and speed at a very economical price ($14,599.) Packing a 1340cc inline four capable of 197 hp, the Hayabusa has serious heft to carry with 586 pounds of curb weight. That dilemma is lessened by the 114 pound-feet of torque available to riders. Since its turn-of-the-century models hit 194 mph, production bikes have struggled to keep up with this falcon’s speed.
6. Ducati Panigale 1199 R
Top speed: 202 mph
With the Panigale 1199 R, Ducati delivered a superbike with a ferocious 1199cc engine capable of 205 horsepower and 100 pound-feet of torque. The pricey beast ($34,995) has the traditional top speed of 186 after sprinting to 60 in 2.8 seconds, or so Ducati says. Upgrade to a track-only exhaust and the horsepower quotient gets especially violent. In this configuration, Ducati allows that Panigale can top 202 miles per hour.
5. Kawasaki Ninja ZX 14R
Top speed: 208 miles per hour
It is one of the heaviest bikes on this list at (584 pounds), but it maintains an impressive ratio of weight to torque at 113 pound-feet. In 2013, Ralph Nicholls set the Australian land speed record on a Ninja ZX 14R with tire and gearing changes. Nicholls rode the Ninja above 208 miles per hour.
4. BMW S 1000 RR HP4
Top speed: 217.7 mph
Yet at Monza in 2011 the Bimmer hit 196.3 miles per hour. Then in 2014 Valerie Thompson ran this monster to 208.81 miles per hour at Bonneville Salt Flats with about 12 modifications. In September 2016, she dusted both times when she reached 217.7 miles per hour.

3. Lightning LS-218
Top speed: 218 mph remind everyone of the achievement, it bears the name LS-218. Both the fastest electric bike and one of the fastest road bikes in production, the Lightning LS-218 has everything a speed lover could want. It features 200 horsepower and 168 pound-feet of torque with the ability to hit 60 miles per hour in 2 seconds.
2. MTT Turbine Y2K Superbike
Top speed: 227 mph
The MTT Turbine Streetfighter, the company’s follow-up model, has the same Rolls Royce-Allison turbine engine but with an option to upgrade to a monster capable of 420 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque. Forget about the 60-mile-per-hour quotes with this one. MTT says this bike can hit 200 miles per hour in 5.4 seconds. If the base model went 227 mph, there’s no telling what the 420-horsepower Streetfighter can do.
1. Kawasaki Ninja H2R
Top speed: 249 mph
This bike, which is legal for riding on closed courses only, nearly matched the Y2K with 310 horsepower. Turkish rider Kenan Sofuoğlu nailed the stunning mark of 400 kilometers per hour (249 miles per hour) riding this bike in 2016. That makes H2R the fastest production motorcycle on the planet.

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22 COMMENTS

  1. Kawasaki H2 and H2R are the winners here ..The top speed performance from the supercharged inline 4 is only limited by the gearing .Kawasaki sets the standard for the extreme.With a ECU flash and a full exhaust system you can be near H2R performance in a "street legal" H2 (over 250bhp)..under 470 pounds The fastest- bad- ass thing you can bolt a license plate to..The sound and the ferocious acceleration will make your hair stand on end.

  2. Hayabusa comes in the fourth position ; it is the fastest production motorcycle of 20th century and it can speed upto 330 plus kms and reduced to 300 as per the request of europeon union with speed limiters and still the holder of worlds fastest bike untill the kawasaki cheated with h2r upgrading h2 to h2r a new version h2 can speed upto 300 otherwise hayabusa will be the fastest production motorcycle of 20th century .saw youtube videos of haybusa can speed upto 350 by some modifications and that they called turbo .but its still shocking hayabusa were beaten by other superbikes

  3. TOP SPEED is kinda a JOKE … the Kawasaki 1990 ZX-11 went 186 miles a hour and they were getting them up to 240 miles a hour with a few mods …. I bought a Brand New Kawasaki 1992 ZX-11 in 1992 and could bury the speedo at 320km…. the top speed was Government regulated in magazines

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