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Take a re-tuned thunder cat engine (which model then became the R6) and place it in a more upright riding style and you have good fun and good value! Brought in originally to compete with the Suzuki bandit it blows the bandit out the water with its 90BHP and maybe of its other rivals in this category.
The now iconic Speed Triple featured above in the 955i guise. This is one off the bikes that really through Triumph back on the map. Its the simple recipe of taking a stonking super sport engine and place it in a naked style. It still feels perfectly capable and is barrels of practical fun.
When Ducati released the Diavel in 2011 it caught the market by surprise, a cruiser hybrid with power to shout about. It was agile, fast, had the latest electronics and good fun. With the massive rear section and modern styling theres nothing out there like it and turns heads wherever you go. Who said the Italians only did style?
Harleys Original entry model 883 sportster has a huge following.
The years 2006 and Triumph releases the Daytona 675. Triumph really needed to lift their game to bring their middle weight Superbike back inline with their Japanese rivals and boy did they not disappoint. The 675 is still a favourite in the 600 category 15 years on! The engine note is part inline, part twin, truly distinctive due to its triple motor even with a standard exhaust. Handling is razor sharp and the package feels super compact. The daytona impresses weather on British roads or UK tracks.
After a V-Twin Superbike with Italian flare and spec but not Ducati price tag. Aprilia has the answer: The RSV 1000 Mille, the definitive look packed with top notch components. Yes these older twins are lumpy around town but thats just a characteristic of any V-Twin. Who buys a Superbike to drive around town anyway?
Kawasaki’s ZX-6R J1 Kawasaki carb-fed, 16v four cylinder motor sounds awesome, with an induction noise to match which makes caning these Kawasakis so addictive. It’s still feels fast flying to 160mph. But the icing on the cake is its flexibility.
The Honda CB900F Hornet is a reliable, everyday workhorse of a motorbike, which can play ball at the weekend. A stonking great motor, a classy chassis at reasonable road speeds and the simple user-friendly nature of the Honda CB900F Hornet mean its great value for money.