What is The Fastest Motorcycle in the World?

People like riding on the fastest motorcycle in the world as this gives them the outrageous feeling as the king of the road. They ride with their hair blowing on their faces, rush like a gangster or in the image they want to exude and feel extreme adrenaline rush when the speed gets over the top. But riding and owning a motorcycle does not happen easily because states from different areas in the world have their distinction over what is street legal and what is not.

Motorcycles are known to be street legal when they come within the decibel specifications a state proclaims. Different states vary their own definition of noise level on motorcycles. To cite an example, in California a street legal motorcycle is the one with an engine that does not go beyond 88 decibels. With this, makers of motorcycles all over the world have their own guidelines in making their bikes within the specifications of street legalities so that riders can buy their bikes wherever they are on earth.

With so many motorcycles respective companies are proud of, the following is a short list on the top five fastest motorcycles in the world as of 2010:

1. Ducati Desmosedici RR
This model has been known to be the fastest street legal motorcycle in the world. Built with double L-twin engines and two cylinder stroking allows the pumping of extreme power making it suitable to hold its title as the fastest bike in the world. It also has a total of sixteen valves, which makes it release fastest known speed (199 mph). Ducati had claimed that this model can reach more than 200 mph but this claim has not yet been proven.

2. MV Agusta F4 1100 CC

This version can roar for a speed as fast as 196 mph.

3. MV Agusta F4 1000 MT Tamburini

Because of the Torque Shift System (TSS) built with this motorcycle, it can run as fast as 191 mph, making it at the top 3 of the fastest street legal motorcycle in the world.

4. Kawasaki ZX-12R Ninja

This version was used to compare with the Suzuki’s Hayabusa. Kawasaki boasts this version as it has a speed faster than the Hayabusa. It can roar at 189 mph, that is why this version made it at the forth place in this category.

5. Suzuki GSX 1300 R Hayabusa

The Hayabusa speeds 186 mph and it appears like a monster bike. Riders can make use of this not only as a superbike but also as a touring machine.

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