Hang on your hats; we shall go. The Superbike sector that was created during the 1970s would allow only mortals like you and I to ride something related to the machines our heroes use on the track. Of course we all run sensibly, but to have the extra capacity in your hand is something wonderful. No one has had so much power between his legs since Marilyn Monroe died. I can hear you all screaming "Hayabusa", but here are some others who turn their heads (fast). To avoid favoritism, I have listed them in alphabetical order. You can create your own mind.
The V-twin will generate 143 HP and shoot you up to 175mph if you're so sorry. Experience in top-class racing has made it possible for designers to arrive at a frame that weighs in at less than 10,000 grams. Introduced in 1998, this bike is not only fast but has the appearance of joining.
If I said "Zero to Sixty mph for 2.8 seconds" you will know where I come from, and then it just continues to accelerate. With a top speed of 167mph, you won't be late so often. I have never had the pleasure of running this shoulder-driven beauty myself, but they say that comfort and handling are second to none.
160 horsepower and 169mph from each other, this is a sexy bike. The high section gives the impression of speed, even when the bike is stationary. The entire bike weighs just 173 kg, giving the highest torque to the weight percent of any sport bike ever.
Honda CBR 1100XX Super Blackbird
The production of this amazing machine began in 1997. Blackbird gave high performance and touring comfort. At 178mph, this bike won the title "The World's Fastest Production Cycle", which steals honor from Kawasaki. Some rocks once said that Blackbird cut through the air like a surgeon's scalpel and I can see where that analogy came from. To my eyes, this bike is just beautiful.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14
Known as the ZZR1400 in Europe and Japan, this is the Kawasaki flagship model in the sports bike sector. It only takes 2.5 seconds for this bike to reach 60mph and has a top speed of 186mph. It can cover a quarter of a mile from a standing start in less than ten seconds.
MTT Turbine Superbike Y2K
Created by Ted McIntyre of Marine Turbine Technologies Inc, this bike is just the world's second-wheeled motorcycle powered by a turbine engine, and doesn't touch it. 227mph to be exact. It features a Rolls Royce Allison 250 Series engine and is known for Guinness World Records as the "most powerful production motorcycle". If you want one, you have to find around $ 150,000.
MV Agusta F4 1000R
Free Earth 2006, this bike that could whip you up to 185mph at a fast time set the world record at the Bonneville Salt Flats and won the title "Fastest Production Class 1000cc". Massimo Tamburini, the constructor had this to say about his creation. "The dream of every design engineer is to arrive at the most beautiful sports motorcycle in the world and then make it the fastest, most exclusive sought after and powerful on the market. It was also my dream. I wanted to feel the reactions of a racing bike that could put every available ounce of power to the earth beneath me ". You know, I think he might have cracked it.
Oh yes, the famous Hayabusa. Introduced in 1999, this cycle can reach a speed of 190mph. "Hayabusa" is Japanese for Peregrine Falcon, a bird known for its speed. The bird is also a predator of the blackbird, which also happens to be the name of the earlier fastest manufacturing motif. Don't you think so?
Yamaha YZF R1
Introduced in 1998, the machine arrived at a genuine motorcycle. Its 1000cc engine drives the bike up to 176mph. In June 1997, Nick Sanders in the United Kingdom completed a perimeter of the world that ran a YZF R1. His 31 day time, 20 hours set a record for the fastest motorcycle conversion. He covered 19,930 miles to break the record.