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The P7F series Kawasaki Ninja featured a race ready 600 made road legal. To truly enjoy the components featured on this bike a track day must be used.
The GSXR 750, regularly referred to as the perfect balance of weight and power and one of the most usual super sport road bikes. With 150 BHP and a dry weight of 163kg this is a killer balance. If your after a analogue inline four super bike, this model Is your answer, leaving it down to rider input to reap the benefits with no intrusive electronic or useless power modes.
The Iconic K5/K6 Suzuki GSXR 1000 is whats considered the pinnacle of analogue super bikes in the inline category before electronics started to get in the way. Nothing fancy here just good old mechanical grip and power. And thats what makes these machines so desirable.
Triumphs Bonneville Speedmaster is variant off the Bonneville 790 with the 865cc capacity increased to provide more grunt. Its unique styling make it a British favourite for summer day cruises.
BMW have raised the bar again. Forget the fact its faster, more agile and sharper its how BMW make it all so easy to use! Electronics are now fully adjustable and multi-layered. How can a bench mark be so versatile? Wether you’re stepping up to your first 1000cc or an experience rider looking for the pinnacle the Gen 3 S1000RR has you covered. Cruising comforts have also been added such as cruise control and heated grips.
For 2017 Kawasaki heavily revised the Z1000SX with internal and external upgrades. The SX features advanced rider aids, looks a lot more modern and is a comfier bike overall.
The British classic -Triumph’s Street Triple 675 an all time B road favourite. The Street Triple is light, agile and fast.
Cosmetically the difference between the Gen 1 RR and the Gen 2 (advertised above) is marginal. However under the skin theres plenty to get excited about. Ultimately what BMW have done is improve (what was already a very capable machine) in every way possible. Some of these things are but not limited to: more torque, smoother power delivery, sharper steering, upgraded suspension and better electronics. The end result you ask? Never has a bike so powerful been so easy to ride.