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The Honda CBR600RR an all time favourite for people looking to take the first step into the super sport category. Its neutral handling inspires you with confidence on British B roads and a slightly lower red line provides more practical mid range compared to its rivals of the time. 115 BHP is produced from the inline four which will take you to a redline of 15,000 RPM! Your sure to feel like Danny Pedrosa when scooting along the road. The RR-5 featured stainless steel downpipes over previous generations which make it much better for weathering on the salty British roads
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 race-bred heritage and as focused as the Suzuki GSX-R750, it’s no irony that the 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 it’s actually comfy.
For 2012 Suzuki didn’t change much of the looks on the Gixxr thou which isn’t necessarily a bad thing but focused on improving some of the weak points such as upgraded Brembo brakes, improved mid range, more agile handling, and some cosmetic changes that only the trained eye would spot. This improved the package weather you use it on the road or take it to the track.
The final Incarnation of the K1-K3 series GSXR 600 proceeding the SRAD the bike was slimmed down, firmed up and the power made it fee like a proper 600. The SXR 600 is still today pure value for money presented above in the stunning Alstare Corona Race graphics this bike is one not to be missed.
The K6/ K7 GSXR 750 was one of the best bikes Suzuki ever made and remains popular to this day. The 148 BHP produced by the motor was just right, combined with its lightweight of 163kg is what keeps this bike fighting with some of the latest super sports. At a fraction off the price and without the intrusive electronics featured on some modern models this certainly is the purists choice.
The infamous Hayabusa, Suzuki’s GSX1300RK8 is an all time favourite for reaching those triple digits! (On the German autobahn) the 2007 on model features move refinements on brakes and suspension over previous generations and the engine capacity was also increased meaning power and torque.
The 2008 Kawasaki ZX-10R is five out of five; for its generation it was one of the fastest production bikes as well as being ludicrously fast, it’s usability is much better than its predecessor wether on the track or road you never feel under whelmed from this serious models.
The Triumph Speed Triple 1050 RS features power and torque figures to rival the competition and raise eyebrows. Its power delivery is both smooth and effortless creating a rush whilst never unsettling the bike. This can convert even the most passionate of super sport riders. It features road comforts such as cruise control and heated grips as standard, the IMU allows ABS and TC to be angle sensitive, all outputs are displayed through a stunning 5inch TFT colour dash which can let you choose between 5 rider modes, the joystick helps you flick through all the menu options and the fully adjustable Ohlins suspension complimented with Brembo brakes never lets you down.