Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Top BIKES (2011)

Top 10 Bykes in the world

           Motorcycles have had mass appeal to the general public for roughly a century and a half but also a controversial, complicated and constantly evolving topic. This powerful list is intended to be a guide as to what bike brands are currently the most popular in the world.

10. Ducati 1098S:
From the moment you start up the Ducati 1098S, you realize it’s not like other bikes: between the chug-a-lug of its torquey twin as it idles and the roar of its rev, this engine screams to the bike’s sporting nature. Ducati 1098S is a beautifully thrilling ride for speed hungry adrenaline junkies. If you’ve got $20,000 to spend on a sportbike, the Ducati 1098S is a great way to taste the racetrack on public roads.

9. MV Agusta F4 1000 R:
The only bike that sounds like Ferrari. Every single peace of it is made perfect ! Never Ever will you find a japanese bike with so much quality parts and eye for details. The underseat exhaust is way better shielded than the one of the Yamaha R1 wich is imbareble hot , and the engine doesn’t heat that much either on the new F4. People behind it have always wanted the F4 to be the best, the fastest, and the most desirable object in motorcycling. It has been all of those things at various stages of its lifespan.

8. Yamaha YZF R1:
First of all, wow.  Other than the mirrors being way too short to be useful, we can’t find any faults with this bike.  It’s so far beyond our skill levels, that we couldn’t find anything this bike didn’t do very well. It has a 998-cc liquid cooled, fuel injected engine.  The transmission is a six speed with a slipper clutch.   The whole bike weighs 454 pounds with a full tank (4.8 gallons) of gas.  Here’s the part that is hard to grasp; it makes a claimed 182 crankshaft horsepower.  Yes, it has wonderful brakes and suspension, with titanium parts and a fly by wire throttle, but it can accelerate fast enough to give most riders brain blur.

7. Suzuki GSX-R1000:
There’s a number of reasons why these tiny 1000cc inline fours enter your bloodstream so easily. There’s the near-200 bhp power output, of course. They appeal to male riders in the same way as Carmen Electra and personally, they look better than the lap-dancing-to-stay-fit diva on any day. All-new 2009 Suzuki GSX-R1000. With a more powerful, cleaner-running engine. A more nimble chassis and more responsive suspension. In a more compact and lighter package.  Wrapped with an edgy new look. All delivering a renewed invitation for riders worldwide: Own The Racetrack.

6. BMW K 1200S:
The K 1200 S was designed as a sport bike and is a completely separate motorcycle within the K family. It is radically new, featuring an unprecedented number of innovations. It is a high-precision sport bike offering unique agility as well as enormous output. Its power to weight ratio is on the level with the competition and almost 50 percent better than the K 1200 RS, thus leaving no wishes unfulfilled with regard to riding performance.

5. Honda CBR1100XX Blackbird:
In motorcycling as in boxing, the unexpected moves are sometimes the most effective.  HONDA, successful for more several decades with reliable, durable and, well… sensible motorcycles, has unleashed a most unexpected performance vehicle into the hands of sporting enthusiasts the world over. And they are with this missile calling it the Blackbird. Appropriate, really, as the Blackbird most of us think of was a Mac 3 spy plane operated by the US Air force.

4. Kawasaki Ninja ZX-11/ZZ-R1100:
Sometime in the early-1990s, a road test report of the Kawasaki ZZR1100 (called the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-11 in the American market) in the American magazine Cycle World, said that it was like ‘riding the blast wave of an endless explosion.’ And indeed, with a claimed 145 horsepower on tap, the ZZR1100 was capable of doing the quarter mile run in 10.25 seconds and would hit top speeds of close to 280km/h. Of course, even that was not enough for some, who’d fit a turbocharger to the bike for even more performance.

3. Suzuki Hayabusa:
A machine like this simply needs no presentation as the name says it all. It was the fastest production bike ever made before Kawasaki gave an answer to it in the form of the ZX-12R back in 2000 and it would still be that today if it wasn’t for the 186mph limitation that followed. Also, this is probably the most highly worked on and modified motorcycle ever as all the outrageous modification that passed through tuners minds would have first found their place on the Busa and then on smaller bikes.

2. MTT Turbine Superbike Y2K:
After developing the first turbine-powered outboard sanctioned by the US military and the RetroROCKET, MTT produced not only the first turbine-powered street legal motorcycle, but also the most powerful production bike in the world: the MTT Turbine SUPERBIKE. Powered by a Rolls Royce-Allison gas turbine engine, the Turbine SUPERBIKE has demonstrated over 320-hp and 425-ft/lbs of torque on the Dyne Jet 200 and has been clocked at a record breaking 227-mph.

1. Dodge Tomahawk:
Into high dollar bikes? Into high speed? Into super bikes? Well, than the Dodge Tomahawk just might be your baby, if you think you can handle it. The most expensive bike in production, the Dodge Tomahawk is the ultimate in motorcycle technology. This beast will cost you $250,000, and since production is limited to a few hundred models, you better place your order YESTERDAY if you even want to see one in real life! This monster is power hungry, no doubt about that. The 500-horsepower Viper V-10 engine powering the dual rear wheels gives this radical vehicle a potential top speed of nearly 400 miles per hour – for anyone who wants to test it.


The 10 Most Expensive Motorcycles in the World

          Looking for sky's-the-limit examples of two-wheeled art? It doesn't get much wilder than this list of ten money-no-object examples of what happens when exotic materials meet outrageous powerplants.

        To make this list, these motorcycles must be produced serially (ie, no one-offs), and currently be available to consumers. Here are 10 glorious, two-wheeled ways to rid yourself of those pesky lottery winnings:

10. Confederate B120 Wraith - $92,500

Confederate B120 WraithPhoto © Confederate
Confederate's $80,000 Black Flag is one seriously pricey bike, but it's far from the most expensive.
Number ten on our list of the most expensive motorcycles in the world is the Black Flag's stablemate, the Confederate B120 Wraith. It may not boast the most killer performance (125 hp from an air-cooled twin), but the U.S.-built Wraith's assemblage of aircraft grade billet aluminum and carbon fiber make it a force to be reckoned with in area of eye-popping design.

9. Vyrus 987 C3 4V - $103,769
Vyrus 987 C3 4V VPhoto © Vyrus
Italian bike builder Vyrus (pronounced Vee-rus) specializes in novel engineering designs, and their Ducati-powered creations start at a mere €29,080... but move all the way up to their 987 C3 4V V (Volumex) model, and you'll be looking at a €75,835 premium-- or, $103,769 at today's exhange rate.
Powered by a supercharged 1,200cc Ducati engine that produces 211 horsepower, this bike weighs in at only 350 pounds. The motorcycle pictured here was ordered by a customer for racing, yet wanted the crash-friendly Alutex fairing replaced with carbon fiber-- which ran the price up to €84,000-- or roughly $115,000!

8. MV Agusta F4CC - $120,000

The 200 horsepower MV Agusta F4CC was a no-holds barred motorcycle inspired by CEO Claudio Castiglioni's one-off personal project, and the six-figure sportbike was to be limited to 100 units, worldwide. Problem was, an unexpected global recession put a lid on wild discretionary purchases, Harley-Davidson purchased (and since sold MV Agusta back to Mr. Castiglioni), and those 100 units never completely sold out-- forcing F4CCs to languish in showrooms. You can still buy a brand new F4CC (which includes a €15,000 Girard-Perregaux Laureato EVO3 F4CC wristwatch), and you can probably get away with spending far less than the original $120,000 asking price, to boot.

7. NCR MH TT (Mike Hailwood) - $130,000

Photo © NCR
Only 12 of these tribute bikes were built to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Mike Hailwood's triumphant victory at the Isle of Man, and its 130 horsepower engine boasts a billet crankshaft while its titanium frame weighs only 11 pounds. It may not be the fastest bike on this list, but its retro silhouette is certainly one of the most understated and elegant.

6. NCR Leggera 1200 Titanium Special - $145,000

NCR LeggeraPhoto © NCR
NCR is famous for its race bikes, but this Ducati Hypermotard-based effort represents their first ever street-legal offering. Weighing only 328 pounds total, the Leggera boasts suspension developed directly with Öhlins, brakes developed through Brembo, carbon fiber BST wheels, and a titanium frame that weighs only 10.6 pounds... but where's the license plate bracket?

5. Icon Sheene - $172,000

Icon SheenePhoto © Icon
Another tribute bike to a legendary racer, the Icon Sheene pays homage to British world champ Barry Sheene. Each of these 52 bikes features a hand-painted image of a playing card, and its 1,400cc Suzuki engine receives extra motivation from a Garrett turbocharger running at .4 bar. Producing 250 horsepower, Icon called their Sheene the most powerful production motorcycle in the world at the time it was released... and at £107,000 (approximately $172,000 using today's conversion rates), it's still one of the most expensive.

4. MTT Turbine Streetfighter - $175,000

MTT Turbine
Photo @ MTT
It doesn't get much more excessive than this: putting the V8-powered Boss Hoss motorcycles to shame, MTT's Streetfighter packs nothing less than a Rolls-Royce-Allison turbine-- the same sort of powertrain you'd find in a helicopter-- that drives 320 horsepower to a Pirelli Diablo 240mm rear tire. A tubular aluminum frame, rear-mounted camera with LCD color display, and carbon fiber fairings come standard, but serious speed freaks will tick the box that upgrades to a 420 horsepower turbine that produces 500 lb-ft of torque... yikes!

3. NCR Macchia Nera Concept - $225,000

Photo © NCR
NCR Macchia Nera Concept
Designer Aldo Drudi was responsible for the naked, angular shapes of the Machhia Nera concept, and this bike-- whose name curiously translates to "Black Spot"-- is powered by a Ducati 998R engine that produces 185 horsepower. The clincher? The whole bike weighs only 297 pounds.
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2. NCR M16 - $232,500

Photo © NCR
NCR M16NCR's nearly quarter-million dollar M16 weighs in at only 319 pounds (without gas), and features a carbon fiber frame, ceramic matrix composite brakes, and specially tuned Öhlins suspension. This bad boy's price starts at $160,000, which doesn't include the $72,500 Ducati Desmosedici you'll need to snag in order to pull the motor from... good luck with that!


1. Ecosse Titanium Series FE Ti XX - $300,000

World's Most Expensive Motorcycle
Photo © Ecosse
Ecosse's brawny Heretic lineup is coming to an end, and the outgoing flagship Series RR bike ($275,000) will soon be capped off by the even more exclusive (and pricey) FE Ti XX, which will see 13 units produced.
The new world's most expensive motorcycle will be powered by a 2,409cc billet engine with Ecosse's highest ever horsepower figure: 225 hp at the rear wheel. Carbon fiber finishes abound, the saddle comes from high-end Italian leathermaker Berluti, and the exhaust pipes have a ceramic media shot-peened finish on grade-9 titanium... but this ultimate Ecosse won't be king forever. When it's released, the upcoming ES1 model will usurp the crown with a $350,000 price tag.


  1. 7. Suzuki GSX-R1000 is one of the best bike by suzuki bikes in india

  2. Thank for sharing the post about fastest bikes in the world. Suzuki Bikes are also one of the most fastest bike manufacturer brand.