1. Kawasaki Ninja H2/R. Claimed peak power: 322bhp
The Kawasaki Ninja H2 is a Kawasaki Heavy Industries “turbocharged sport tour er” class motorcycle in the Ninja sport tour er series, with a variable-speed centrifugal-type supercharger. The Ninja H2R is the fastest and most powerful production motorcycle on the market, producing a maximum of 310 hp (230 kW) with ram air and 326 hp (243 kW) without.
The H2R has 50% more energy than the fastest road motorcycles, while the Ninja H2 has a lower output power of 200 horsepower (150 kW)–210 horsepower (160 kW) with ram air.
The 750cc Kawasaki H2 Mach IV is its name, an inline quad that Kawasaki introduced in 1972 to “disrupt just what saw as a sleeping motorcycle market.”
2. Ducati Superleggera V4. Claimed peak power: 234bhp
Borg o Panigale’s first State. as a result, V4 has rolled off the assembly line. The only motorcycle in the world approved for road use with a frame, swing arm, and carbon composite wheels is finally available; this is #001 of 500 units planned in a limited and numbered series. A work of mechanical art, engineering, and “made in Italy” design that raises the bar in terms of performance, style, and attention to detail.
The maximum amount of motorcycles planned: 500 numbered units with a certificate of authenticity, reflects the exclusivity of the materials and technological solutions used on the Super leggera V4.
On the steering head and the ignition key, the progressive numbering of the motorcycles (XXX/500), which correlates to the chassis number, is shown.
The first of these lucky owners has been invited to Borg o Panicked for a delivery ceremony, and he will meet Claudio Domestically, Ducat i CEO, in the coming days to collect his Super legged V4 001/500.
3. Ducati Panigale V4 R. Claimed peak power: 221bhp
The Ducati Panigale V4 R, the world’s strongest naturally aspirated motorcycles, has been officially launched in India for Rs. 51.87 lakh (ex-showroom). The Panicked V4 made its global debut at the 2018 EICMA, with just 5 units being allocated to India. The Italian manufacturer has also begun accepting reservations across the world. Users to buy the Panicked V4 R before November 30 will receive their bike in the first quarter of 2019, according to Ducat i India. Customers will receive the V4 R in the third half of 2019 if the company gets further bookings after November 30.
The Panigale V4 R is basically a road-going version of Ducat’s WSBK bike, and to comply with the latest WSBK regulations, the company ditched the old 1,103 cc V4 engine in place of the newly developed 998 cc V4 Desiccation Straddle R engine, which generates 221 b hp and 111 Nm of torque.
4. Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory. Claimed peak power: 217bhp
Aprilia RSV4 has always set the bar in terms of sportiness and results, illustrating what can be accomplished using the valuable experience of a winning Racing Department like Aprilia’s, which has won 54 world titles in its short history, namely seven in the World SBK championship. Skills honed on the track have indeed been transferred to the factory product to provide everyone the same level of excitement as Aprilia Racing’s motorcycles.
5. 2020 Honda Fire blade SP
The 2020 Honda Fireblade SP is a transparent statement of the Japanese company’s intentions on the racetrack. The latest Blade is blatantly targeted at the well-heeled, seasoned track day addict or racer, from its exotic price tag to its tiny measurements and the way the engine yells at the cost of the old bike’s low-down torque.
It’s still beautifully done, but it’s now as centered as they come: loud, dizzyingly quick, and a demon in the corners. To do it justice, you’ll need the dedication and expertise of a racer, which might limit its road appeal, but Honda trying to score superbike races, and they may just have the tool to do so.