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2013 Supersport Shootout X Street
…estimate range. And during the track testing at Chuckwalla Raceway, Adam ran all eight bikes down the track’s airstrip to gather quarter-mile and 0-60 times. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, the 60-0 braking scores are not included this year. We also dropped the dB sound ratings from the…
2012 Kawasaki Ninja 650 Comparison
…intermediate rider. The engine characteristics are what one might expect from an entry-level sportbike. It is not loud or overly exciting, but at the same time, you are able to ride along at highway speeds without any major vibration or disturbances. The Ninja’s drivetrain is totally compliant. It’s easy…
2011 Kawasaki Z1000 Comparison
…sign of tapping out until pulls its own plug at 11k.” Only the Ducatis were faster than the Z1000 in the quarter-mile (11.097 at 124.8 mph) and 0-60 (3.178). In terms of engine performance, our testers only rated the Ducati Streetfighter higher, with a couple testers deeming the Kawi the top performing…
'13 Sportster 883 Iron vs Star Bolt vs Bonneville
…the Harley down the strip. The Iron 883 Sportster chugged down the quarter-mile the slowest of the bunch with a time of 15.69 seconds at 85mph. In the 0-60 test, it also placed last at a time of 6.99 seconds. Even though the Sportster feels like the smallest bike of the bunch, it actually is the heaviest…
2011 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 Comparison
…boost for touring credo is the three-position adjustable windscreen. “I can’t express the importance of the adjustable windscreen when it comes time to log serious miles on this motorcycle,” says Ken. “The Ninja deserves a real plug for that little feature.” It bears repeating that the Ninja’s…
2011 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Comparison
…numbers, and the results bear that out. At our top-secret test strip of asphalt the Street Glide ran a 14.79 second quarter-mile at 91.35 mph with a 0-60 mph time of 5.86 seconds. So although the H-D was pumped up with the 103ci mill, it was still awarded the least amount of points in the engine power and…
2011 HarleyRocker C Comparison Review
…chrome and lathered in high-dollar paint, the 2011 Rocker C has a level of fit & finish other manufacturers try to emulate but few can duplicate. Our 0-60 test took was run stoplight-to-stoplight, a more real-world application since these bikes weren’t built for the drag strip. After four runs, the bikes…
2011 Kawasaki Ninja 250R Track Comparison
…simply must spend some time on these bikes.” While both bikes offer great platforms as all-around entry-level sportbikes, when considered purely for track use, the Kawasaki’s extra power simply can’t be ignored. It revs hard and the extra horsepower can be put to use at all times on a closed-circuit…
2011 Triumph Speed Triple Comparison
The Triumph Speed Triple returns to the Streetfighter Shootout. See how the British bike stacks up this time around in this Triumph Speed Triple Video . It wouldn’t be a streetfighter comparison without Triumph’s Speed Triple . The British bike has defined the class ever since its 1994 debut. Over…
Mission Motorcycles Launches RS and R
…Mission Motorcycles InfiniteDrive™ powertrain that provides over 160 hp -- both Mission superbikes are capable of sub 3-second 0-to-60 acceleration times and over 150 mph top speeds. The Mission RS and Mission R also feature the MissionOS™, the world’s first internet-connected motorcycle information…
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