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If your looking at a S1000R sport then it needs no introduction. This fast, friendly, crazy machine is the perfect all rounder. Its much like the original one but even better. Who thought that was possible. The 2017 variant brought with it the latest electronics, auto clipper and quick shifter, Euro4 and noise compliance.
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For 2015 Yamaha took the classic design running for over 15 years and made it into a retro style cafe racer but you can still see hints of its former glory. Fear not it still features a massive engine with loads of torque. Think XJR but for the 21st century its still looks great, is smoother than ever, still fast and represents good value for money in this category. <
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 Z750 is top value middle weight naked bike. Th styling was improved over previous generations giving it much more street cred and the engine is an absolute peach. Its the sort of bike beginners don’t feel out of place and have room to grown but experience riders can still propely enjoy a perfect all rounder.
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 Z series can trace its roots back to the 1970s with the Z1 and the Gen 2 Z1000 certainly didn’t disappoint when released in 2007. It was a front runner in its day. Along with major styling tweaks, the engine had been revised to produce more torque from the bottom end to create more useable power and better all round bike.