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Compared to the SRAD this example is Slimmed down, firmed up and with power and torque figures to raise front wheels as well as eyebrows, the Suzuki GSX-R600 is an absolute storm for the money.
Compared to the SRAD this example is Slimmed down, firmed up and with power and torque figures to raise front wheels as well as eyebrows, for a bike with a lineage as race-bred and focused as the Suzuki GSX-R750, it’s no small irony that the original superbike is something of a compromise. 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 Suzuki GSX-R750’s handling is superb, the chassis flatters the novice and rewards the expert and shock, horror – it’s actually comfy.
Kawasaki raised the bar again when releasing the 2013 ZX6R with KTRC (traction control) as standard the set up created really makes for a sharp super sports that has to be ridden to appreciat the agility this bike has.
In the Kawasaki ZX-6R, Kawasaki has built a race ready 600 which is road legal, just. Everything about the ZX-6R is track focused, the more you thrash it the more fun you’ll have. The Kawasaki ZX-6R is easily the most fun 600 on track.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R D7F with over 165 BHP as standard and speeds in excess of 170 MPH possible, what more do you need? Slightly more user friendly than the psycho C-model Kawasaki ZX-10R of 2004/05 this generation Kawasaki ZX-10R was still pretty extreme, track focused missile.
The ‘R’ version comes with fully-adjustable suspension and fiercer radial four-pot Nissin front brakes, making it the perfect bike to tempt UK riders away from their sportsbikes. If you’re looking for a high-spec middleweight that blows the competition away, the Triumph Street Triple R is in a class of one.
Compared to the previous incarnation, the 2013 Triumph Street Triple R is lighter, smoother, more refined and has the handling and brakes a superbike would be proud of. Best of all, it’s 6kg lighter - it’ll be a ‘nicer’ bike to live with. It manages to be more of everything: better for newbies, more capable for fast riders, more fun for adrenalin junkies and has one of the best engines and exhaust notes in biking. It’s a great all-rounder, no matter what your ability. The Rx differs from the Street Triple R with the addition of the tail unit from the firm’s Daytona 675. The seat cowl, bellypan and fly screen are all standard on the RX as well as ABS and Triumph quick shifter.
Suddenly you’ll be smitten – especially if riding in the twisties, where it’s racing pedigree shines through in its chassis. Couple this with a far more user-friendly engine than the 1098 version and you get a modern, sporty, naked Ducati that works.