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1000cc Shootout

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2014 Light-Heavyweight Supersport Shootout
…-Heavyweight Supersport Shootout. THE BENCHMARK Although it doesn’t necessarily fit this segment, we consider Kawasaki’s Ninja ZX-6R ($11,699) the benchmark, having outgunned the larger 750-powered Suzuki along with the other middleweights during last season’s Supersport Shootout IX . This time, however…
2012 Kawasaki ZX-10R Street Comparison
…-10R Street Comparison Video to see how this Ninja finished in the Superbike Smackdown Street. The 2012 Kawasaki ZX-10R is the only machine in this shootout that comes in to the fray without a single update or revision. That being said it was an all-new bike last year and finished on the podium right off…
Modified Superbike Comparison
…reason that while we have done more than enough data to pick a winner, due to the massive differences of each bike, this will be a comparison, not a shootout; the winner would be too far to cost-biased. Think of it as three separate full-tests all bunched into one. Then you be the judge and jury as to what…
2011 Superbike Smackdown VIII Street
BMW shocked the sportbike world with its S1000RR. See how it 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…
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…
2009 Yamaha YZF-R1 First Ride
…And, for once, it was actually worth a listen Real GP Technology At first glace it doesn't look that much different than last year. But it is... ""1000cc Corner Master"" - got to love the Japanese and their direct translation - blunt and to the point. This was the concept behind the new R1, which all…
2008 GSX-R Comparison Results
" Versatility is a wonderful thing and placing second in both the street and track, the GSX-R750 takes top honors in our Gixxer Shootout. And The Winner Is... We've come to the conclusion that there is more than one conclusion. The 600 just edged out the 750 as track favorite, while the 1000 barely…
BMW S1000RR Breaks Cover in America
…of BMW Motorrad USA. And by competition, he refers not to the exotic Ducati and Aprilia sportbikes you may think, but the run-of-the-mill Japanese 1000cc sportbikes; the affordable bikes of the bunch. Which, depending on where their prices fall for 2010, should have the base S1000RR coming into American…
Best Sportbike 2011: BMW S1000RR
…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 to sweep the Street and Track portions of our annual Superbike Shootout in its first attempt. It was a domineering…
2008 Ducati 848 vs Suzuki GSX-R750
…of feel delivered to the pilot. The front brakes also received attention and we're happy to report that they're now on par with the best 600 and 1000cc offerings. In fact, after that first outing we couldn't help but think that Suzuki may have concocted the perfect blend with its 750. For the majority…
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