Sports bikes have a certain charm and flair, which make them better than the rest. The velocity, the style and the feel that comes with riding a sports bike is something that you might not get riding a four-wheeler or a regular street motorcycle for that matter. And that is why sports bikes pique the interest of even those who are not technically into sports. They are something that most bike lovers show immense interest in. The mere mention of a sports bike can get the discussion in any mundane party rolling and raise a few eyebrows. Speaking of which, we have gathered the reviews of some of the best sports bikes that we think stole this year. Thus, if you are looking to buy a sports bike yourself, this article shall be a good enough read for you.
This one is our favorite; hence, we have it on the top of the list. The Ducati V4S steals the show when it comes to sports bikes, and its features are things that we would not mind raving about in one entire article. However, cut to the chase, the Ducati V4S is the packaged deal you are looking for. The weight, look, power and tech are at their best. You might have to pay a bit more than usual to get your hands on this bike, but it is worth the money. You might even want to call it an investment.
At economy 35 mpg / 8.1 L/100km and a range of 120 miles / 193 km, the bike makes its way at the top of our list.
The second bike that successfully made it to our list is the BMW S1000RR. We shall take this opportunity to dive straight into the key specifications of this bike and inform you that it has an Inline Four VVT engine, a range of 150 miles and a capacity of 999 cc. Now, going into the history of the bike, the S1000RR was launched way back in 2005 and resulted in some seismic shifts in the landscape of sports bikes. It has been upgrading its models continually, and the latest that we have is the one we mentioned here.
Kawasaki Ninja H2:
The last that we have on our list is the Kawasaki Ninja H2. This bike does not only look like a million dollars but also has specifications that would get you in awe. Like every other bike we have on the list, this too has made some serious evolution since the launch of its first-ever model. Getting straight to the specifications, the model flaunts of an Inline Four engine, a capacity of 998 cc and a range of 110 miles. This one shall make for a decent choice if you are new to the avenue of sports bikes and want some experience before getting your hands on something more expensive.
These were our top three choices of sports bikes that made the cut in 2020. Of course, there are several more bikes that you can research on. However, if you are looking for the cream of them all, these are the ones that you must consider, though the final call is always yours to make.