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2014 Light-Heavyweight Supersport Shootout
…Europe and Japan. Watch the 2014 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Comparison Video to see how it does. MotoUSA is at it again, this time putting Suzuki’s GSX-R750 against its heavyweight competition from Italy. Watch the 2014 Suzuki GSX-R750 Comparison Video to see where it stacks up. After a disappointing first…
2011 Superbike Smackdown VIII Street
…performed in this year’s shootout in the 2011 BMW S1000RR Street Comparison Video . Two-time Superbike Smackdown champ, Honda’s CBR1000RR faces off against the competition see how it performs in the 2011 Honda CBR1000RR Street Comparison Video . Does Suzuki’s GSX-R1000 have what it takes to run up…
2009 Yamaha YZF-R1 Comparison Street
…10.53 seconds @ 137.5 mph 60 to 100 mph Roll On (fourth gear): 4.81 seconds Average MPG: 29.61 Top Speed: 186 mph Of all the motorcycles in this comparison perhaps the most anticipated was the new Yamaha YZF-R1 . MCUSA Executive Editor, Steve Atlas, couldn’t stop blabbing about how cool it sounds and…
Best Sportbike 2011: BMW S1000RR
…’s greatest achievement may be that it managed to exceed already high expectations when it debuted in 2010. The German superbike came onto the 1000cc scene with an Inline Four that absolutely smoked its rivals, cranking out more than 20 horsepower than its closest competitor. The Beemer also managed…
2009 Superbike Smackdown VI Street
…long prosperous life aboard a sportbike you simply must show restraint. And for 2009, the ability to control one's self while at the controls of new 1000cc superbikes becomes more difficult than ever when the usual suspects from Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha are at your disposal. Two of them…
2013 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R Street Comparison
…you got to downshift. But on the 636 you don’t have to now – just whack open the throttle. Of course, it’s not going to have the torque of a 1000cc bike, but it’s definitely better. It’s more applicable in the real world now.” The cheater 636 engine delivers a notable increase over the 600s…
2004 V-Twin Shootout
…on the torquey engine configuration. Both the AMA Superbike and World Superbike series recognized the need to level the playing field by allowing 1000cc inline-Fours to enter the fray. The bad news for Twin fans is that the thou-ies are too good; even with slightly more restricted rules they are ridiculously…
2009 KTM 690 Duke Comparison
…on the freeway. Its slim dimensions and powerful engine allow you to zip in and out of traffic with about as much thought as you’d have aboard a 1000cc Superbike. But racking up miles down the freeway isn’t what this bike is about. It’s about shredding pavement on the tightest backroad you can…
2011 Honda CB1000R First Ride
…fashion they have found a very balanced compromise that works well in all situations, a result of the increased rake/trail and wheelbase. A capable 1000cc Inline Four with improved bottom and mid-range torque make the CB1000R ideal for tearing up the streets. Getting the CB slowed back down are dual radial…
2006 Suzuki GSX-R750 First Ride
…some consider the perfect balance between the handling and braking package of a 600cc supersport bike, without the fear and ballistic speeds of a 1000cc machine. It could be the best real world compromise for track days and fast street riding, and this was the gist of the PR spin that was being presented…
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