Top 10 Fastest Motor Bikes in the world 2014

The interest and usage of much faster motorbikes is growing each day since people today were gain total entertainment choices from motorbikes. Motorbikes are the most popular instrument of transportation from one place to another place. Owning a fastest motorbike would mean owning the priciest asset. Several of the types are simply standard while some are manufactured with requirements that position them as high-end variants.


Here is a list of the top 10 fastest motorcycles in the world 2014.


10. Aprilia RSV 1000R Mille
Top speed :  175 mph (278 km/h)
Engine: 998cc V-twin, 4 stroke, liquid cooled
Displacement: 998 cc

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The Aprilia RSV 1000R Mille represents most likely the supreme combination of velocity, handling and power that any speedy biker could look for in a 1000cc device. This motorbike was designed for the racetrack and it is only when traffic is freakishly sparse that you really feel assured to ride the Aprilia utilising most of its incredible 175 mph performance.


9. BMW K1200R
Top speed : 173.9 mph (280 km/h)
Engine: 16 valves, 4cylinder, DOHC, horizontal in line. Liquid cooled
Displacement: 1157 cc

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At the time of launch, BMW Motorrad claimed that the K1200R was the world's most powerful naked bike. Power is provided by a 4-stroke, 1157cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, horizontal in-line engine with electric starter. The engine is paired with a 6-Speed manual transmission and total fuel capacity is 5 gallons.


8. Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R
Top Speed: 176 mph (283 km/h)
Engine: 4 stroke, 4 cylinder, DOHC, liquid cooled
Displacement: 11352 cc

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The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 was introduced at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show and released for the 2006 model year as a replacement for the ZX-12R. The ZZR1400 is capable of accelerating from 0–60 mph in 2.5 seconds. The top speed is electronically limited to 186 mph (299 km/h) as a result of an agreement between the major Japanese and European motorcycle manufacturers.


7. Ducati 1199 Panigale
Top speed : 177.6 mph (285.8 km/h)
Engine: Liquid cooled 90°  L-twin, 4-valve/cyl desmodromic
Displacement: 1,198 cc 

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At the time of its release, Ducati claimed 1199 Panigale was the world's most powerful production twin-cylinder engine motorcyle. It is also one of the first production sports motorcycles to feature electronically adjustable suspension.


6. MV Agusta F4 1000 R
Top Speed: 185 mph (297 km/h)
Engine: inline, liquid cooled, 4 cylinder, DOHC, 16 radial valves
Displacement: 998 cc

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Released in 2006 and came with a 174 horsepower - 175 horsepower and 308 km/h for limited edition (128 kW) engine. The F4 1000 R also has upgraded Brembo Monobloc radial brakes, forged black Brembo wheels, a carbon-nitride coated Marzocchi upside down fork and an upgraded Sachs rear shock absorber. In August 2006 an F4 1000 R was used to set a record for the fastest production class 1000 cc motorcycle of over 185.882 mph (299.148 km/h) at Bonneville Salt Flats.


5. Yamaha YZF R1
Top Speed: 186 mph (299 km/h)
Engine: Forward inclined parallel, 4 cylinders, 20 valves, DOHC, liquid cooled
Displacement: 1000 cc  

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The latest YZF-R1 is the most advanced supersport machine ever developed by Yamaha. Powered by a 998cc in-line 4-cylinder engine featuring an innovative crossplane crankshaft, the R1 kicks out high levels of linear torque which makes for superior traction. At the flick of a switch, R1 riders can now tune the bike’s performance characteristics for more exciting cornering on the road.


4. Honda CBR1100XX Blackbird
Top Speed: 194 mph (312 km/h)
Engine: Inline, liquid cooled, 4 stroke 16 valves DOHC
Displacement: 1137 cc

By Uffe Brännström

Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird was a Honda motorcycle produced from 1996 to 2008. The motorbike was developed to challenge the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-11 as the world's fastest production motorbike, and Honda succeeded with a top speed of 178.5 mph (287.3 km/h). Two years later the title passed to the Suzuki Hayabusa, which reached 194 mph (312 km/h).


3. MTT Turbine Superbike Y2K
Top Speed: 227 mph (365 km/h)
Engine: Rolls Royce 250 C20 turbo shaft
Displacement: -

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MTT Turbine Superbike, is a wheel-driven motorcycle powered by a turboshaft engine. The machine is powered by a Rolls-Royce-Allison Model 250 gas turbine producing 320 shp (240 kW) at 6,000 rpm. Manufactured by Marine Turbine Technologies, MTT Turbine Technologies is a US turbine manufacturer in Franklin. This company produce high performance turbine for boats & fire suppression pumps but they get more fame when they launched bike MTT turbine superbike Y2K in 2000.


2. Suzuki Hayabusa 
Top Speed: 248 mph (397 km/h)
Engine: 4 stroke, 4 cylinders, liquid cooled, DOHC, 16 Valves
Displacement: 1340 cc

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Like its namesake, the Japanese peregrine falcon, the Hayabusa is famed for cutting through the air with incredible agility and performance. It immediately won acclaim as the world's fastest production motorcycle, with a top speed of 248 mph (397 km/h). Besides its speed, the Hayabusa has been lauded by many reviewers for its all-round performance.


1. Dodge Tomahawk 
Top Speed: 350 mph (560 km/h)
Engine: 10 cylinder 90 Degree, v-type
Displacement: 8277 cc

The fastest Motorbike in the world is Dodge Tomahawk that has a top speed of 350 miles per hour (560 km/hr). It has 10 cylinder, 90 degrees v-type engine. This motor bike utilizes a regular transmission system by using merely 2 speed manual transmission. Dodge Tomahawk can create 500 horsepower (370 Kw) at 5600 rpm. The motorbike features four wheels different from other motorcycles. Only total 10 Dodge Tomahawk were produced worldwide and each of them was sold for a price upto $555,000.


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