Top 5 Fastest Bikes in India
Speed, racing, and style are just a few of the key words that best describe a sportsbike. But what if you’re looking for a Indian sports bike? It is not easy to find a sports bike in India.
1. Kawasaki Ninja 300
This could be your best choice if you want a fully-faired bike. It’s the Ninja300 in this class. It’s a top-class, world-class class bike and is truly a great class. If you love the green grasshopper, this is the perfect item for you. It is also very expensive. It has a 296cc four-stroke liquid-cooled DOHC parallel twin engine. It can produce 39 PS @ 11000rpm, and 27.0 Nm @ 10000rpm. The maximum speed is 177 Kmph.
2. Hyosung GT250R
It’s stylish. It certainly has a unique look. The GT250R is distinguished by its unique design, which includes the headlight and taillamp. It is stylish, but the bike falls short in terms of ride quality or ergonomics. Although the GT250R is great to drive, it’s not the most popular motorcycle among moto-journalists. It ranks third only after the Ninja 300R, and the CBR 250R. It is powered with a 249cc DOHC, Oil / Oil cooled 75Adeg V-8 motor. GT250R has a top speed of 175 kmph.
3. Suzuki GSX-R1000R
The Suzuki GSXR1000R is equipped with a fully digital instrument panel. Although it may seem a bit outdated, this panel replaces the TFT screens that are found on many other bikes. However, the console gives enough information for riders, including the tachometer, gearshift indicator and fuel gauge. A variety of electronic safety aids are included on the bike to make it safer than its peers. Along with the Brembo disc brakes, the R1000R has Motion Track Brake (to avoid rear wheellift during hardbraking), Motion Track Traction control and dual-channel ABS.
4. Yamaha FZS-FI V3
Price: Rs.1.15 lakh – Rs.1.18 lakh
Engine displacement: 149 cc
Maximum power: 12.4 PS @ 7250 rpm
Type of fuel: Petrol
Gerard Vroomen was at Eindhoven University of Technology studying bike dynamics. Before he moved abroad to pursue his knowledge, Gerard began studying in Canada. He met Phil White at the Eindhoven University of Technology, where he founded Cervelo. The name Cervelo is an acronym for “brain” and “bike”, respectively. Their goal was simple: design and engineer an outstanding road bike.
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