What are the top 15 fastest motorcycles in the world? If you’d asked me this question about 15 years ago, maybe I wouldn’t be able to convincingly tell you without looking it up on the sites. But the irresistible dream to own and ride super-fast motorbikes has put me in pole position to answer all the questions you may want to ask with respect to the fastest bikes you can find around.
I am not referring to just super fast bikes, but I’m talking about the most powerful bikes that are capable of reaching an unbelievable 300 mph. Thank goodness I didn’t resist the urge because today I can authoritatively tell you right from the tip of my lips the top 15 fastest motorcycles in the world.
How did I make my selection, you may want to ask? And I will tell you that for any bike to be regarded as fast, it must have high mph. Besides, the engine must boast high performance and be built with incredible power and torque.
I do not know how I feel now if I stay on the saddle and the bike is running at annoyingly low speed, taking me more than 8 hours to move from Holopaw Groves Roads to Moss Hill Church. That’s a journey that shouldn’t last more than 5 hours.
The list of world’s top 15 fastest motorbikes helps riders and bike lovers to choose the right kind of motorbike that suits their fancy. There’s no doubt that motorbike manufacturers across the world are making frantic efforts to always reel out the best and most reliable bikes with amazing speed and high engine technology.
As you read this post, it is cheering to hear that the speed of motorbikes today can be controlled seamlessly via electronic technology. One reason that is done is to ensure that bike rider is protected from avoidable severe accidents.
This is not to say that you won’t find motorcycles with manual speed control. But it is safer to go for the auto-controlled ones. But you can be sure that manufacturers continually design high-speed motorbikes for adults and youngsters.
You may not understand why you need a fast bike until you’re under extremely cold or hot weather, or your life comes under a serious security threat, especially on those long stretches of silent rides. Even the thought of having to drive on potholed motorcycle rides can be frustrating if you’re riding a bike that operates at a slow speed.
1. Dodge Tomahawk – 420 MPH
There’s so much I didn’t know as a biker in my early days. Had I known them, choosing the Dodge Tomahawk wouldn’t have been an option? In my first experience on the saddle of this sought-after top-rated bike in 2003 when it was launched, I couldn’t resist the temptation of making orders on Amazon.
It may not easily find a car that will keep up with the top speed of 420 mph that the Dodge Tomahawk offers you. The extreme speed rate has made it so that only 9 products of this model have been sold out.
What’s more, the Dodge Tomahawk has similar engine power and torque (712 Nm at 4200 RPM) to the popular Dodge Viper SRT10. Do you remember that amazing bike running on 8.3-liter V10 that can produce a maximum power of 500 HP at 5600 RPM? With an 8277CC 10 valve, this bike comes with a four-stroke engine and four wheels – two front and two rear wheels. Each of these wheels has its own suspension. The rear of the intake manifold contains the cooling system.
I will take the discussion further so you know why the demand for this bike on the global market has been on the rise. The transmission of the Dodge Tomahawk bike is a two-speed manual toe-shift that utilizes the traditional chain and sprocket system.
You wouldn’t doubt me if I tell you that this bike can cover from 0 to 60 mph somewhere between 1.75 – 2.5 seconds. Some crazy bikers even claim Tomahawk can cross 0-60 miles in 1.5 seconds.
- Max power 500 HP at 5600 RPM.
- Four wheels with separate suspensions.
- Operates at a max of 420 miles per hour.
- Able to cross 0-60 miles in 1.5 seconds.
- Brake Systems:
- Rear brake system: Dual (508 mm 16 piston discs)
- Front brakes: Single (508 mm – 8 piston discs).
- 8.3 liter, V-10 SRT 10 Dodge Viper engine.
2. Suzuki Hayabusa – 203 MPH
If you’re familiar with Japanese culture and wildlife, the bird Peregrine Falcon shouldn’t be strange. Hayabusa is a name given to this model of Suzuki in honor of that fast-flying bird, the fastest bird in the world, flying at a speed of 203 mph.
Launched in 1999, Hayabusa Suzuki is a brand in its own class, running at a top speed of 194 miles per hour. Being the fastest motorbike model Suzuki has produced, Hayabusa can reach the speed of Peregrine Falcon. Also, this bike boasts 1340 CC with 16 valves. The four-cylinder, four-stroke engine is liquid-cooled and can produce power of 197 HP at 6750 rpm.
With its speed, Hayabusa Suzuki GSX1300R has currently ranked the sixth fastest bike in the world of all time. An amazing model, Hayabusa had its maximum speed put at 186 in 2000, but after a rebranding, a newly revamped Hayabusa GSX1300R-K8 was produced to return the bike to somewhere 197 mph.
The super fast bike can also cross 0 to 60 miles in just 2.5 seconds. There is also an idle speed control system that ensures engine stability regardless of weather conditions. To maintain high combustion efficiency, the bike is built with an advanced fuel injection system.
- Specifications: 1340 CC, four-stroke, DOHC, 4-cylinder 16 valves engine
- Max Torque: 155 Nm at 7200 rpm
- Top speed: 197 miles per hour.
- Top speed: 194 miles per hour.
- 6-speed constant mesh transmission
- 0-60 miles in 2.5 seconds.
- Braking Systems: Front brake: Dual 310mm discs with Brembo and monobloc radial-mount calipers. Rear brake: Single, 260 mm disc with Tokico caliper.
3. Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R – 208 MPH
I do not know how you may take this bitter truth. But one thing I am sure of and for which you must prepare yourself is that you cannot be on the saddle of the second-fastest production motorcycle without some extra dosage of caution. What do I mean?
You may have been familiar with the fact that Kawasaki is one of the world’s leading producers of the fastest motorcycles. That’s not all. Superbikes from the Ninja series hold the first position among leading superbikes in the world. If that’s not new, here is the thing that will interest and excite you.
When you’re on a bike that offers you a smooth ride at a top speed of 208.1 miles per hour, you can be sure that’s not something you should take with indifference. The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R is built to capacity, able to cross 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.7 seconds.
Doesn’t that amaze? I am not done yet. The super machine also features a 1441 CC four-valve liquid-cooled engine that can produce a maximum power of no less than 197.3 bhp at 10,000 rpm. That’s incredible! Shouldn’t that also send some message about having safety gear on?
Now, let’s look at the key features together:
- 1441 CC four-valve liquid-cooled engine
- Braking Systems: Front brakes: 2*310 petal discs, four-piston calipers. Rear brakes: single 250 mm petal disc, 2 piston caliper.
- 6-speed transmission and wet multi-disc clutch.
- Maximum Power: 197.3 Bhp at 10,000 rpm.
- Maximum torque: 158.2 Nm at 7500 rpm.
- Top speed: 208.1 miles per hour.
- 0 to 100 km/h: 2.7 seconds.
- 0 to 200 km/h: 7.2 seconds.
4. MTT Turbine Superbike Y2K – 227 MPH
About a year ago, I regretted not taking the chance of making MTT Turbine superbike Y2K my choice bike when it was offered to me by the supplier. By the time I realized I needed a Rolls-Royce engine bike, it was too late.
What’s unique about the MTT Turbine? A lot is. The MTT Turbine Superbike is a non-production motorcycle manufactured by Marine Turbine Technologies. MTT is a popular brand and you can connect their history with the record of being recognized as ‘the most powerful production motorcycle’ by Guinness book of world records.
Now, let’s get back to the specifics. Manufactured between 2000 and 2005, the Turbine Superbike Y2K was built as a wheel-driven motorcycle with a turbo-shaft engine. If you have ever been told of a motorcycle that wastes no energy, it is MTT Turbine because it converts thermal energy that is generated in the exhaust into output power. You know what that means: top speed.
What’s more, this superbike also comes with a Rolls-Royce 250-C18 turbo-shaft engine that releases a maximum power of 320 HP at 52000 rpm. That’s staggering, isn’t it? At a top speed recorded at 227 miles per hour, the Turbine Y2K superbike is in a class of its own.
Take a look at key features you can’t afford not to know:
- Rolls-Royce 250-C18 turboshaft engine
- 2-speed semi-automatic transmission
- Maximum Power: 320 HP at 52000 rpm
- Maximum Torque: 576.5 Nm at 2000rpm
- Top speed: 227 miles per hour
- Braking System:
- Front Brakes: 2*320 mm discs with four-piston Brembo calipers.
- Rear Brakes: Single 320 mm disc with 4 piston caliper.
5. Kawasaki Ninja H2R – 249 MPH
A while ago, I was sharing my amazing experience with you about Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R, and I remember telling you that Ninja comes in series. You may have been won over by the key specifications and features of ZX-14R. That’s not an issue. If you have the hyper sports Ninja H2R in your garage, I am sure you may want to have a second thought.
You have to be a type who doesn’t look at cost but the value to be able to let go of $50,000 to procure another model from Kawasaki, one of the best motorcycle manufacturers in Japan.
Kawasaki Ninja H2R has carved a niche for itself having previously been named the fastest production superbike by Kawasaki to date (and I am not making up a story about that. You may want to go and find out). Frankly, I am not sure any Kawasaki bike model has displaced that feat.
As a track-only motorcycle, Ninja H2R is built to specifications. Offering you whopping 300 H.P., this supercharged tour partner is capable of hitting more than 249 miles per hour.
This is the beauty of Kawasaki. It wants to produce bikes, but more importantly, wants to give the best to riders. With an unbelievably powerful 998 CC supercharged DOHC inline-4 engine, this motorcycle guarantees nothing more than comfort, speed, and power.
The Ninja H2R premieres as the bike to feature a trellis frame, which is one of Kawasaki’s trademarks. What’s more, the bike also offers you freedom of better control while it assures you strength. Ninja H2R gets huge inspiration from MotoGP and F1 racers.
On top of these amazing features and specifications, Kawasaki also adds dog-ring transmission to Ninja H2R which ensures fast and smooth shifting.
- 998 CC supercharged DOHC inline-4 engine with 300 H.P power.
- 6-speed dog-ring transmission
- Highly efficient Kawasaki supercharger to acquire incredible acceleration.
- World-class KYB racing suspension.
- Maximum Power: 310hp at 14000rpm.
- Maximum Torque: 156 Nm at 12500rpm.
- Top speed: Over 249 miles per hour.
- Braking system: Front Brakes: 2*330 mm, dual-semi floating, radial-mount discs with four-piston calipers. Rear Brakes: 250 mm single disc with opposing 2 piston calipers.
6. Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird – 190 MPH
In my over two decades in the automotive industry, I have not come across a super fast sports touring bike like the Honda CBR1100XX. Regarded as one of the fastest sports tourer motorcycles that have come from Honda till now, this superbike is unique for its special features.
This series was manufactured and launched between 1996 and 2007, and from that time, the Honda CBR1100XX bike has been ranked the fastest production motorcycle, beating the legendary Kawasaki ZX-11.
When you look at its features, you get more convinced that it deserves all the accolades. The CBR1100XX is capable of hitting a top speed of 190 miles per hour. With a highly powerful 152 hp, 1137 CC four-stroke and inline engine, the bike comes with a dual counter balancer shaft. The shaft can provide amazing levelness for this superbike.
Besides, Honda CBR1100XX’s braking system is such that the front brakes have 310 dual discs with three-piston calipers. The rear braking system boasts a 256 mm single disc with 3 piston calipers.
Let’s get more specific with this exceptional superbike.
- 1137CC, four-stroke, inline-4 engine.
- 6-speed transmission.
- Maximum Power: 152 HP.
- Maximum Torque: 119 Nm at 7250 rpm.
- Top speed: 190 miles per hour.
- Twin balance shaft
- Braking system: Front brakes: 310 dual discs with three-piston calipers. Rear Brakes: 256 mm single disc with 3 piston calipers.
7. MV Agusta F4 1000R – 184 MPH
How did the MV Augusta F4 1000 R make my top 15 fastest motorbikes in the world despite being a limited edition superbike from its manufacturer? Of course, it is one of the models of the second series of the F4 1000 motorcycle. Do you remember the F4 1000R bikes from the Italian manufacturer Agusta?
Let me let you into the world of this super-fast motorbike that has made the entire market go wild. With 1000 CC, this superbike features 16 radical valves liquid-cooled engine.
The capacity of the engine reflects the great experience you’ll have on the bike. If you buy MV Agusta F4 1000R, imagine yourself being on a bike that can produce a maximum power of 174 HP and a maximum torque of 115 Nm at 1000 rpm.
What’s more, at a top speed of 184 miles per hour, the MV Augusta F4 1000 R can reach between 0 and 100 km per hour in just 3.1 seconds.
Here are the specific details you need to know about MV Agusta F4 1000R:
- 1000 CC, four cylinders, 16 radical valves, DOHC liquid-cooled engine.
- Maximum Power: 174 HP
- Maximum Torque: 115 Nm at10000 rpm.
- 6-speed transmission.
- Top speed: 184 miles per hour.
- Braking system: Front brakes: Dual 320mm disc with four pistons radial caliper. Rear brakes: Single 220 mm disc with 2 piston radical calipers.
8. Lightning LS-218 – 218 MPH
At top speed of 218 MPH and for a number of other features, Lighting LS-218 can’t be ranked out of the top 15 fastest motorcycles in the world. Unarguably, this 2011-made motorcycle is one of the best electric motorcycles you can find anywhere in the world
Manufactured by the Lightning Motorcycle Company, this superbike was named the fastest electric bike in 2013. That was after it hit a record speed of 350 km per hour at Bonneville Speedway.
What’s more, powered by IPM liquid-cooled engine, Lighting LS-218 can produce 150kw at 10,500 rpm electric motor, with 200 horsepower and 168 pound-foot of torque; it can reach 100 km/h in just 2 seconds.
You can choose between three options of the battery pack, featuring different range capacity. The average 380V 12 kW/h battery pack can have a 100-120 mile range per charge.
Now, let’s attend to highlight some of the specific features of this vehicle.
- Top speed: 218 miles per hour.
- Maximum torque: 150km/h at 10,500rpm.
- The average 380 V 12 kW per hour battery pack can produce between 100-200 miles range per charge.
- 168 pounds of torque
- Maximum power: 200HP
9. Ducati 1098S – 169 MPH
Guess why the Ducati 1098S has become the talk of the town in the last few years and has made the list of our top 15 fastest motorcycles in the world?
At a top speed of 169 miles per hour, no one should be in doubt that Ducati 1098S will belong to the class of the fastest and most sought-after superbikes currently selling in the market. The vehicle boasts a 1099 cc engine that also features 160 horsepower which helps keep the bike at that incredible speed level.
With the highest torque to weight ratio, Ducati 1098S comes with the most infectious racing components and weight-saving innovations, making the bike one of the most complete speed machines ever.
Ducati makes this bike not only belong to the class of the fastest class but also the category of the lightest superbikes in the world. What’s more, Ducati 109S is fuel-economical and with efficient suspension.
- 1099 CC liquid-cooled L-Twin cylinder engine.
- Marelli electronic fuel injection.
- 6-speed transmission and multiple dry clutches with hydraulic transmission.
- Maximum Power: 160 HP at 9750 rpm.
- Maximum torque: 123 Nm at 8000 rpm.
- Top speed: 169 miles per hour.
- 0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds.
- Braking system: Front brakes: 2*330 mm discs four-piston calipers. Rear brakes: Single 245 mm disc 2 piston caliper
10. BMW K 1200S – 174 MPH
I have no doubt that if I am being asked to produce a list of the top 10 fastest motorcycles in the world, the BMW K 1200S will always pop up. It is an amazing model from the popular brand BMW.
As a hyper-sports touring motorcycle made with classic features, this BMW series features 1157 CC, 16 valves four-cylinder engine. The engine can generate as much power as 164 HP at 10250 rpm. This enables BMW K 1200s to reach a maximum speed of 174 miles per hour.
Do you want to learn more? You can be sure that while in the saddle of this powerful motorcycle, you’re guaranteed revolutionary suspensions and an efficient braking system that ensures you stop safely even when you’re at the most blazing speed.
As you can imagine in the cars produced by BMW, this superbike also features an eye-catching design, style and beauty.
What are its features in specific highlights?
- 1157 CC DOHC, 16 valves four-cylinder engine.
- 6-speed manual transmission.
- Maximum Power: 164 HP at 10250 rpm.
- Maximum torque: 129 Nm at 8250 rpm.
- Top speed: 174 miles per hour.
- 0-100 km/h in 3 seconds.
- Braking system: Front brakes: 2*320mm disc with four-piston calipers. Rear brakes: single 265mm disc with two-piston caliper.
11. Aprilia RSV 1000R Mille – 175 MPH
If you ask me a million times to name the top 15 motorcycles with the fastest speed, Aprilia RSV 100R Mille will always feature. Besides the fact that it represents Aprilia company as its fastest brand, this superbike runs at a top speed 175 miles per hour, making it your safety and speed partner on the highways.
What about the engine? Well, you would expect that a motorcycle at such high speed will also come with the hyper-active engine. The bike boasts 998 CC V-twin engine which is capable of producing 141.13 hp at 10000 rpm.
That’s not all. The RSV 1000R Mille can cross 0 to 140 km/h in just 10 seconds. Have you ever imagined that? The design, style, quality and beauty of this motorcycle are stunning.
Let’s deal with these story-like features in a highlight form.
- 998 CC four-stroke 60 degrees, V-Twin engine.
- Liquid-cooled system.
- Multi-plate clutch and 6-speed transmission.
- Maximum Power: 141.13 HP@10000 rpm.
- Maximum torque: 107 Nm@5500 rpm.
- Top speed: 175 miles per hour
12. Yamaha YZF R1 – 186 MPH
If there’s one thing Japan-based Yamaha brand has been known for in the last few decades it is its taste and aggression for top quality and standard. Yamaha YZF R1 is a testimony for that characteristic. In fact, no exaggeration is intended if I tell you that YZF R1 features as the most impressive motorcycle from the Japanese manufacturer.
Truly, YZF R1 premiers as the motorcycle from the popular R1 series that was launched back in 1998. Speeding at 186 miles per hour, Yamaha RZF R1 has only very few motorcycles that match its fastness, uniqueness, and comfort.
This 2017 edition of Yamaha YZF R1 is in a class of its own. With features ranging from 998 CC, liquid-cooled, 16-valve engine, YZF R1 produces a maximum power of 200 at 13500 rpm.
The YZF R1’s DOHC, in-line-four-cylinder engine does not compromise its speed and stability on the highway, producing maximum torque of 112.4 Nm at 11500 rpm.
- 998 CC, liquid-cooled, 16-valve liquid cool inline four-cylinder DOHC engine
- Fuel injection, 6-speed transmission.
- Maximum Power: 200 HP@13500 rpm.
- Maximum torque: 112.4 Nm@11500 rpm.
- Top speed: 186 miles per hour.
- Feature MotoGP-inspired electronic packaging for high performance.
- Standard traction control, quick launcher, and advanced ABS.
- Braking system: Front Brakes: 320 mm, four-piston caliper hydraulic dual discs. Rear Brakes: 220 mm hydraulic single disc.
13. Suzuki SV 1000s – 165 MPH
If you hand me $15,000, I would cheerfully deliver SV1000S to your door post within days. I personally love this motorcycle for its great stability, comfort, strength, and speed. No wonder, it makes my list of the top 15 fastest motorcycles you can find anywhere in the world. I have personally been using it in the last couple of months and also recommended it to friends.
At a top speed 165 miles per hour (that is about 264 km/h), this half-faired bike is one of the flagship products in the series of Suzuki’s motorcycle that boast speed. Suzuki SV1000s are naked motorcycles made by this Japanese manufacturer.
Launched as far back as 2003, this model is built with a 996 cc (60.8 cu in) displacement 90° V-twin engine. The SV1000 model is an advanced technology, larger and modified version of the popular 650 cc SV650 motorcycle.
What are its distinguishing factors in specific terms?
- 996 cc (60.8 cu in) 90° V-twin 8-valve DOHC
- 6-speed manual transmission.
- Maximum Power: 123.5 hp @ 9000RPM
- Maximum Torque: 102 Nm @ 7200RPM
- Top Speed: 165 miles per hour (264kmph)
- 0-100 kmph in 3.8 seconds
- Braking system: Front brakes: 2*310 mm discs, 4 piston calipers. Rear Brakes: Single 220 mm disc, 2 piston calipers.
- Fuel tank: 17 liters
14. Ducati 1199 Panigale R 2013 – 420 MPH
I have told you about the stunning experience you’ll have riding Ducati 1098S. Being with Panigale 1199, another sterling series from Ducati, is another higher-level experience. Comfort, stability, high performance, and classic design separate this model from other fastest motorcycles in my list.
When I say ‘incredible performance and technological excellence’ are the hallmark of this Ducati series, you natural reaction might be, ‘what exactly is it bringing to the table differently? Ok. With internal bodywork and frames built with titanium piston rods and carbon fiber, you need not be told that Panigale 1199 is the queen of the superbike family.
The internal frame components coupled with the bike’s track-only exhaust ensures that the net weight of the bike reduces to 364 pounds. Built with an 1199 cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine that delivers 195 horsepower and 98 pounds-foot of torque, Ducati Panigale 1199 usurped many models in the series to become the most powerful two-cylinder motorcycle in the world. Perfection was never so close.
- 1199 cc liquid-cooled V-twin, four-stroke engine
- Maximum power: 195 HP@ 10750 RPM.
- Maximum torque:
- 98 pounds of torque
- Maximum torque: 132.00 Nm @ 9000 RPM
- Fuel system: Injection. Mitsubishi electronic fuel injection system. Twin injectors per cylinder. Full ride-by-wire elliptical throttle bodies.
- Braking system: ABS – Front brakes: 330 mm radially mounted on four-piston dual floating discs. Rear brakes: 245 mm single disc ABS two-piston calipers.
15. Honda VF1000R – 150 MPH
This is one of the oldest superbike series from Honda. Launched in 1984, the Honda VF1000R still maintains its top spot when it comes to speed, stability and high performance. Honda’s consistency in upgrading this motorcycle has made it relevant and in high demand for every age and time.
At a top speed of 150mph (240 km/h), Honda VF1000R is one of the fastest motorbikes that has hit the world’s automotive industry and market. How about manufacturing a piece of motorcycle that will compete with the best in the world? Then, Honda VF1000R must have unique features
With a net weight of about 600 pounds and a half a tank of fuel, almost 85 pounds heavier than the VF1000F model, VF1000R guarantees stability, power, and strength.
It has a 998cc, four-stroke, V-four cylinder engine, which can produce power of 130 HP at 10500 RPM.
- 998cc, four-stroke, DOHC, V-four cylinder liquid-cooled engine
- Top speed: 150 MPH
- Maximum power: 130 HP @ 10500RPM
- Front suspension: 41mm center axel with air-assist, 3-way rebound damping, anti-drive valuing
- Braking system: Front brakes: 2*285mm discs four-piston calipers. Rear brakes: Single 285mm disc I piston caliper.
- Seat Height: 810 mm/31.8 in.
- Fuel capacity: 23 liters
Buying Guide for Fast Motorcycles
Here is the list of the buying considerations when making a decision on the fastest bike to buy:
- Engine performance: ensure that the engine is not one that has a displacement of less than 900cc. As you can see here, all motorbikes that make my list have above 900cc engine displacement.
- Speed: Well, when you talk about speed, a motorbike with less than 100 mph may not be technically speaking considered as belonging to the fastest class.
- Torque: The maximum torque of the engine too must also be commensurate with the capacity of the engine
- Braking system: usually, the ABS is often recommended. Most of the bikes here operate the ABS brake system
- Popularity: Needless to say that all the motorbikes that make my list are made from the tested brands. Nothing just comes from the blue. For your bike to be considered one of the fastest, it must be identified with the known brands. I am not saying you cannot get some fast out there, but the top class brands always produce the best and fastest.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which bike has the highest CC? Although it may not make the top fastest 15 motorbikes in the world, the Triumph Rocket III has is niche carved specifically for it. A three-cylinder motorcycle built by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd, Triumph Rocket III features 2,294 cc (140.0 cubic inches), making it the largest-displacement engine of any production motorcycle.
Which is the slowest bike in the world? No other bike takes its place as the world’s slowest bike in the world. You may be the type who doesn’t like biking around on the fast track. If you want to move at the snail’s pace, then order ‘fahrradi farfalla FFX’. It is world’s slowest bike from Ferrari. ‘Fahrradi’ stands as a German word for bicycle. The name represents what this bike features.
What does CC stand for on a bike? The question shows your novelty in biking or established biker who doesn’t care about details. Anyways, CC in bikes stands for Cubic Centimeter capacity of your bike’ combustion cylinder. Don’t be scared by all the grammar, CC represents the power of your bike engine. The more its CC, the more power your engine possesses. It also shows your engine has torque when its CC increases.
You have to also note that if the CC of your engine is increased, your bike’s fuel consumption increases as well. The CC could also withstand the displacement of the motorbike which is often measured in cubic centimeters.
Can I increase the CC of my super fast bike? Absolutely yes! Increasing the CC of your engine is not criminal; it’s not complex; it’s one of the simplest things to work out on your bike. But it requires both the manufacturing and design changes. To start with, simply increase the bore and/or stroke of the combustion chamber of your engine.
The next time someone asks you if you want a fast bike, your natural response should be in the affirmative. In fact, it should be your desire and joy that you’re on a fast bike. But remember that the speed it brings also comes with danger. You must ride cautiously and be safety cautious, especially when you’re on a fast bike. It is exciting to get on them; it also can be disheartening when you have to be banned from using fast bikes because of speeding.
So far, I have listed the top 15 fastest motorbikes you can find out there. There is a caveat: speed and safety can be envious of each other. You must do everything possible to make sure they don’t see each other that way. While you’ll be treated to all the excitement of riding with thrill of fastness and speed, of on-hand raw power, and of amazing smoothness of the road, make sure you guard yourself up and protect yourself from dangerous crashes.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re stuck in traffic or riding on rides that have no traffic. You cannot wriggle your way out. Superfast bikes are not made to be driven at low speeds. All you need is to wear your complete safety equipment.
There is a limit to the speed you can ride on a certain motorcycle ride. Similarly, there is a general speed limit that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS), and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) work with. More importantly, get yourself familiar with the speed requirements specific to your state.
Always remember my recommendation: The safety of other road users is your safety. So, always consider them first each time you have to take any action, whether major or minor, on your fast bike. Always wear your safety gear: helmet, gloves, jackets, etc.
I wish you a safe trip each time you get on your saddle. I love your life, but you should love it more. Stay here with me for the next post.