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The CB1300S is a bike that can be enjoyed any time of the day, with its Retro inspired practical fairings and ABS the sports tourer cross commuter is enjoyable in any situation, wether you want a Sunday Blast or a daily commute there is effortless power in every give with the 1300cc lump
For 2010 Kawasaki realised the new Z1000 which was the most impressive sports naked ever to roll out of Japan in its day. Even to date withe Yamaha MT-10 and other rivals this gen certainly doesn’t feel out of place, yes its may not have the latest technology but certainly provides good value for money but don’t think that value means compromise, it has 41MM upside down fully adjustable forks, horizontally mounted rear shock with adjustable pre-load and rebound. Stylish dual exhausts and 3 tilt dash not only that but it is super comfy. The Z1000 represents what a naked sports bike should be comfy and plenty of midrange and from 4,500RPM all the way to 10,000RPM the pull is endless.
On top of the already impressive 675 the “R” variant has fully adjustable suspension and uprated Radial four-pot Nissin front brakes. This is the ultimate temptation when converting from a Superbike or upgrading from sum of the numb rivals. All in all it creates an impressive package which separates itself from the pack and truly puts it in a class of its own.
Long before the recent range of Harley streets and street rods there was the entry level 883. With its useable size, yet traditional Harley character it was and still is a favourite of the UK market. Much like all good things this bike the 883 Sportster has gone through minor evolutions rather than major revolutions even if you took the badge away from the 883 you’d certainly know its a Harley.
The infamous Hayabusa is still a quick motorcycle even in today’s market. The combination of crazy acceleration and ludicrous top speed is what made this model so infamous. It’s superbly comfortable on those long range journeys and is sure to give you that rush when you twist the throttle. The early generations are slowly coming very collectable.
The Street Triple RS 765 is a phenomenal piece of kit featuring a whole host of new kit from revised chassis, new electronics and over 80 new engine components giving a total of 13% more torque and 16% more power. The features you do want to know about, slip assist cutch, quick shifter, Ohlins rear shock, Showa big piston forks, ABS assisted Brembo mono block M50s and the stunning TFT display with 5 rider modes. With its pegs, wide bars and masculine style the Street Triple feels as good as it looks.
The 2008 FireBlade comes with attitude from its rev-happy engine, race-like steering (quick, responsive), stability and supremely balance chassis. This Blade will cut it, power delivery is flawlessly smooth, and the ride quality from the fully adjustable suspension is ideal for road riding.
Powerful and track focused the R model has 15bhp more than the S model and is 2kg lighter. It has improved handling due to uprated Ohlins suspension and improved ground clearance with a revised foot-peg position. For a large naked bike it’s hugely impressive. The Ducati Monster 1200 R also gets new bigger brakes, a new sub-frame which holds the slimmer tail unit, new colour dash and the Öhlins steering damper. Power is up 10% over the S model Ducati quote 160bhp with 97ftlb of torque. Power and drive is impressive. The 1198 engine has proven reliable over the years, and depsite the increased performance, reliability shouldn’t be a problem. The Monster R comes with the same rider modes and safety pack as the S model. The stunning TFT display completes the bike. Ducati have included their unique safety pack, which is a bucket full of riders aids which includes eight-way traction control, three riding modes and the Bosch 9MP cornering ABS braking system. It also gets 1299 Panigale-style wheels with the same huge 200 section Pirelli Supercorsa SP tyre on the rear; the new Monster R can certainly head straight to the race track.