Last on this list is the Suzuki GSX-1000R. The supersport GSX-R1000 has many features. It includes high-end hardware, electronics, and a powerful inline four-cylinder motor.
The Donington administration's "vintage" Norton V4 RR has been replaced by TVS's Solihull-based V4 SV. This sport bike's 1,200cc liquid-cooled, 72-degree V4 engine produces 125Nm at 9,000 rpm and 185 horsepower at 12,500 rpm.
The Streetfighter V4 S is Italy's latest. Its dynamic design includes a split-style seat, single-sided swingarm, LED headlight with V-shaped LED DRL, and LED taillight.
Honda's latest model improved greatly. Features include twin-LED headlights, several vents, aerodynamic winglets, a full-color, five-inch TFT screen, and a pointed tail portion.
Aprilia updated the RSV4 with new paint schemes and upgrades. Euro 5 compliance has been obtained by RSV4 Factory. This high-speed Italian supersport may approach 300 km/h.
The fifth-fastest motorbike in the world is the BMW M 1000 RR. The BMW M 1000 RR has a 6-speed transmission and a 999cc, 4-cylinder, 4-stroke, 16-titanium-valve engine.
A racing adrenaline machine, the Ducati Panigale V4 R is superbly designed. Acceleration, handling, and power-to-weight ratio make the motorcycle a standout.
The world's fastest bike is a supercharged Kawasaki. Kawasaki Ninja H2's liquid-cooled, supercharged inline 4-cylinder engine. It generates 228 HP and 141.7 Nm @ 11,500 rpm.
Ducati Superleggera V4 is the world's second-fastest motorcycle. The sole street-legal motorbike, the Superleggera V4, has a carbon-fiber load-bearing frame.
The quickest motorcycle is the Kawasaki Ninja H2R. Turbocharged liter-class Ninja H2Rs are the world's most powerful production motorcycles.