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The GSXR 600 K6/K7 is one of the most popular 600s money can buy. Although it was not top of the class in 2007 its certainly loved by many and 90% off riders won’t notice the difference to some of its rivals, its sound is intoxicating, it covers the ground the wrong side of the limit and is comfy to use.
For the 2014 Z1000 Kawasaki went all out in design to bring it line with its fierce competition. Thankfully for the purists out there Kawasaki opted to stay away from the rider aids and focus on creating a thrilling analogue package and they did not disappoint. The honed throttle response, glitch-free engine delivery and refined top rate suspension and brakes is far more rewarding with 140bhp then the crazy unusable power from its rivals.
Compared to the SRAD the following models are Slimmed down, firmed up and with power and torque figures to raise front wheels with race-bred heritage making the Suzuki GSX-R750 focused, It has all the handling of the 600 and most of the usable power of the 1000, the result is a motorcycle that’s near perfect on road or track.
The Ducati is more then just a little brother to the 1098, it achieves all the speeds necessary to get you excited and in a much lighter package which is always good for braking and cornering speeds what you spend most of your time doing. The 848 is the last of the “Analogue Ducatis’ before all the fancy electronics started taking over, a proper Ducati for the purists out there.
The 2010 Z1000 kept Kawasaki at the top of the naked sports bike tree until all the other manufacturers lifted their game. For 2010 they upgraded from the ZX9 lump to the ZX10R engine. In its day and still today its good value for money and as always its forgiving, comfortable and can cover ground quick enough to keep a smile on your face.
For 2008 the Honda Fireblade under went a serious upgrade the first since 2004. The 1000c inline four still has its rev-happy characteristics, stable chassis and handling that we have all come to love with the blade. The power delivery is utterly smooth which makes it a very good first “big bike” for those looking to upgrade from the 600cc super sports but don’t forget to take advantage of that fully adjustable suspension and have It set up by a professional.
Based on the MT-09 which is a quick, fun road bike and good laugh on the track the tracer makes it more tourer ready. The triple engine has plenty power and torque and you always feels safe with the combined ABS and traction control.
The 06 on Yamaha R6 is still capable even in todays 600 market, its styling is iconic, especially in the red and white colour scheme.