Best Fastest Bike Models

Here is a list of the best fastest bikes in India. Check out these top-ranked high speed bikes prices, specifications, features, variants, and more.

  • 1 . Kawasaki Ninja H2

    New Kawasaki Ninja H2
    Sports | 998 CC
    34,99,000 Onwards
    The term ‘fast motorcycle’ has been taken to a new level by Kawasaki, with the introduction of the Ninja H2 — a supercharged litre-class motorcycle, which is the fastest production motorcycle currently. The Ninja H2 is powered by a 998cc, liquid-cooled supercharged in-line four-cylinder engine that makes 197bhp and 134Nm of torque with the help of a 6-speed gearbox. The Ninja H2 is currently a superbike enthusiast’s dream, and Kawasaki also offers a track-only version, called the H2R.
  • 2 . Ducati Panigale V4

    New Ducati Panigale V4
    Sports | 1103 CC
    20,57,000 Onwards
    The Ducati Panigale V4 is the latest superbike from the Italian company. The prominent highlight of the Panigale V4 is the all-new V4 engine which is derived from the MotoGP bike. The motorcycle also gets fully adjustable Showa suspension at the front and Sachs unit at the rear. The motorcycle also comes with a host of riding modes and aids. The Ducati Panigale V4 draws power from an all-new Desmosedici Stradale 1,103cc, 90 degree V4 engine producing 210bhp and 124Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
  • 3 . BMW S1000 RR [2019]

    New BMW S1000 RR [2019]
    Sports | 999 CC
    18,50,000 Onwards
    The BMW S1000RR is one of the fastest bikes in the market. The S1000RR is powered by a liquid-cooled, four-cylinder, 999cc engine. It produces maximum power of 203.8bhp at 13,500rpm and a peak torque of 113Nm at 11,000rpm. The engine comes mated to a six-speed gearbox with anti-hopping clutch. The bike is designed with a sleek and aerodynamic body to create less drag. This is paired with a host of electronic rider aids, which includes ABS pro, traction control, riding modes, dynamic damping control and more. The motorcycle uses lighter components such as carbon fiber wheels making it weigh only 175kgs. All these features aids the BMW S1000RR to post a 0 to 100kmph time of 3.1 seconds and continue to reach a top speed of 299 km/h.
  • 4 . Yamaha YZF R1

    New Yamaha YZF R1
    Sports | 998 CC
    20,73,074 Onwards
    The Yamaha R1 has been around for a while now, until recently, Yamaha wanted to update the motorcycle. Along with the update, Yamaha introduced some of its MotoGP tech for street use, and the result is the Yamaha YZF-R1. The YZF-R1 features Yamaha’s Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) and Yamaha Ride Control (YRC). The Yamaha YZF-R1 draws power from a 998cc, in-line four-cylinder engine that produces 197bhp and 112Nm of torque.
  • 5 . Aprilia RSV4 RF

    New Aprilia RSV4 RF
    Sports | 999 CC
    22,80,861 Onwards
    The Aprilia RSV4 immediately got to the limelight as soon as it was launched. The RSV4 RF is a limited edition track-oriented version of the superbike that features Öhlins fork, Aprilia Performance Ride Control, full ride-by-wire, electronic-engine management system, Aprilia Wheelie Control, Aprilia Launch Control, Aprilia Quick Shift, and more. Powering the Aprilia RSV4 RF is a 999cc, liquid-cooled V4 engine that makes 198bhp and 115Nm of torque paired to a 6-speed gearbox. The Aprilia RSV4 can reach a top speed of 300km/h.
  • 6 . Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R [2020]

    New Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R [2020]
    Sports | 998 CC
    13,99,000 Onwards
    The Kawasaki ZX-10R is a litre-class production motorcycle that borrows a lot of components from the World SBK series bike. This includes swing-arm, suspension and brakes. The ZX-10R is powered by a four-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 998cc engine. It produces a maximum power of 210.2bhp and a peak torque of 114.9Nm at 11,200rpm. The engine comes mated to a six-speed gearbox with slipper-assist clutch and (KQS) Kawasaki Quick Shifter technology. The electronic rider aids include traction control, three different power modes, launch control system, cornering management control and a tuned ABS. The Kawasaki ZX-10R is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100kmph in under 3 seconds and will continue to reach a top speed of 290km/h.
  • 7 . Suzuki Hayabusa

    New Suzuki Hayabusa
    Sports | 1340 CC
    13,80,466 Onwards
    The Suzuki Hayabusa is a popular motorcycle in India, despite the lack of modern day electronic assist, traction control, and high-end suspension setup. The Hayabusa is all about raw power, and the motorcycle is good at what it does. The rider does get to chose out of three riding modes, though. The Suzuki Hayabusa draws power from a 1340cc, liquid-cooled in-line four-cylinder engine that makes 197bhp and 155Nm of torque, with the help of a 6-speed gearbox. The 266kg Suzuki Hayabusa can reach a top speed of 299km/h.
  • 8 . MV Agusta F4 RR

    New MV Agusta F4 RR
    Sports | 998 CC
    34,71,847 Onwards
    The MV Agusta F4 RR is all about good looks and sheer performance. The MV Agusta F4 RR features lightweight Chromium Molybdenum construction, which helps keep the bike’s dry weight to 190kg. Other interesting bits include electronically adjustable Ohlins suspension and a host of electronic gadgets to ensure power is usable. Speaking of power, the MV Agusta F4 RR comes with a 998cc, liquid-cooled in-line four-cylinder engine that makes 198bhp and 114Nm of torque with the help of a 6-speed gearbox. The Agusta F4 RR can attain a top speed of 298km/h.
  • 9 . Suzuki GSX-R1000

    New Suzuki GSX-R1000
    Sports | 999.8 CC
    19,87,038 Onwards
    GSX-R1000 is a liter class superbike from the Japanese manufacturer. The bike uses a 1000cc, liquid cooled and fuel injected engine, producing 202 HP and 117.6 Nm of torque. The bike weighs 202 kg and claims a top speed of around 300 kmph. The new version is very powerful and even weighs less than the last version. The GSX-R1000 rivals Honda CBR1000RR, Yamaha YZF-R1 and Kawasaki ZX-10R in its segment. Other liter class bikes that are indirect rivals to the GSX-R1000 includes BMW S1000RR, Aprilia RSV4 and MV Agusta F4.
  • 10 . Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade [2019]

    New Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade [2019]
    Sports | 999 CC
    15,19,689 Onwards
    The Honda CBR1000RR is also called as the “Fireblade” in some markets. The litre-class bike has been on sale globally for sometime now and Honda has managed to update the motorcycle in regular intervals. The Honda CBR1000RR is powered by a four-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 999cc engine. It produces a maximum power of 189bhp at 13,000rpm and a peak torque of 114Nm at 11,000rpm. The engine comes mated to a six-speed gearbox with slipper-assist clutch and quick shifter. Honda has also equipped the bike with traction control, ABS and other electronic rider aids. The Honda CBR1000RR is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100kmph in 2.9 seconds and carries on to register a top speed of 300km/h.
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