Superbikes are different from street bikes. In short, Superbikes are highly featured and tuned to increase their performance to the highest level. These types of bikes are high-end bikes, people can not use it for their daily use. Superbikes are more expensive as compared to the normal bikes.

So instead of that we’re basing our ‘fastest Top 10’ on production road bikes with the highest power to weight ratios, which, in simple terms, is the best indicator available to acceleration and, all other things being equal, ultimate speed.

If you need maximum speed then you must have to choose it. So before buying, you need to know all the information about Superbike.

Top 10 Superbikes in the world:

  1. Norton V4 RR
    Peak Power: 200 bhp
    Weight: 179 kg
    Power/Weight: 1.117 bhp/kg
    The British Manufacturer has a powerful output o over 200 bhp from it’s 72 degree 1200cc V4 engine, which is about 179kg for the carbon fiber superbike. The titanium exhaust further increase the power by 10bhp. he bike includes an electronic package with a six-axis IMU, launch control, traction control system, anti-wheelie system, and three riding modes- road, sport and pro-race This bike also added along with a cruise control system.
  2. 2022 MV Agusta Rush
    Peak Power: 208 bhp
    Weight: 186 kg
    Power/Weight: 1.118 bhp/kg
    2022 MV Agusta Rush has a powerful output over 208 bhp from it’s 1000cc engine, This bike comes with black with red highlights, which can be a part of Batman’s personal choice. MV Agusta Rush 1000 offers that if you need high performance DNA you’d expect on a super sport Bike. For the Philippine market, it is made available with only one ABS variant. Pricing has still not announced.
  3. 2022 MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro
    Peak Power: 212 bhp
    Weight: 184 kg
    Power/Weight: 1.152 bhp/kg
    The MV Agusta Brutale 1000 is more extrimist than just a pretty face, however it’s a good looking supperbike that can take you to such places. For the Philippine market, this bike is made available with two variants to choose from, specifically an RR and Series Oro trim. Anyhow this naked bike that carries a generous amount of classic equipment, including keyless start, a digital gauge, and front and rear disc brakes. If we look on the basics, it also have a navigation system, phone connectivity, cruise control, different riding modes which makes this bike unique.
  4. Suzuki GSX-R1000R
    Peak Power: 199.2 bhp
    Weight: 171.1 kg
    Power/Weight: 1.164 bhp/kg
    The superbike “Suzuki GSX-R1000” comes from the Japanese manufacturer. Suzuki GSX-R1000 was launched in 2001 in order to replace its predecessor GSX-R1100. The Suzuki gives it a flagship litre-class machine which is known one of the most popular superbikes in the world and is eventually one of the expensive models that one can compromise for an Ext advanced performance and an overly impressive power output.
  5. BMW S1000RR M Sport
    Peak Power: 207 bhp
    Weight: 173.3 kg
    Power/Weight: 1.194 bhp/kg
    The BMW S1000RR superbike is known as fourth generation of a machine which first arrived on the bike market in 2010. Its rivals could hardly assemble a rear-wheel 160bhp. However the German wonder machine made 190bhp. This bike had MotoGP-inspired electronics and race-ready handling – impressive for a company best known for it’s sensible tourers and adventure bikes.
  6. Honda Fireblade SP
    Peak Power: 215 bhp
    Weight: 180 kg
    Power/Weight: 1.194 bhp/kg
    Honda CBR1000RR specially gets an aerodynamic body and it absorb new features such as the Anti-Lock Braking System, that helps in case of panic braking and initiates wheel lockup. The tubeless tyres fitted with light weight aluminum tyres to minimize which not provided with springs stack. It featured with the most advanced Aluminum Di-cast Mono-Backbone frame. It powers with a 999 cc liquid cooled 4 stroke engine which delivers a max power of 131 kW at 13000 rpm and a beating torque of 112 Nm at the rate of bare 8500 rpm.
  7. Aprilla RSV4 1100 Factory
    Peak Power: 217 bhp
    Weight: 177 kg
    Power/Weight: 1.226 bhp/kg
    The Italian automaker’s offers the all new Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory, which is the updated version of Aprilia’s iconic V4 engine superbike. This bike is Designed to go against its Italian rival from the Ducati Panigale V4, Bologna, the Aprilia’s most flagship superbike is supper easy to control with state-of-the-art rider aid technology. The 1099cc litre-class superbike comes updated for BS6 release normal and also available in India through the Italian automaker’s dealerships. This bike is competitor of the Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R and the Panigale V4 in India.
  8. Ducati Panigle V4 R
    Peak Power: 221 bhp
    Weight: 172 kg
    Power/Weight: 1.285 bhp/kg
    Ducati has launched its most awaited flagship superbike Panigale V4 R. Panigale V4 R gets its heart of 998cc, liquid cooled V4 engine which whip out peak power of 217 bhp at 15250 rpm and gets a peak torque of 112 Nm at 11500rpm. The engine uses an electronic fuel injection system and a ride-by-wire throttle system. However Transference duties are take care of with a 6-speed transmission with a slipper clutch. The bike also featured with an optional titanium Akrapovic exhaust that can boost power to 234 PS.
  9. Ducati Superleggera V4
    Peak Power: 234 bhp
    Weight: 152.2 kg
    Power/Weight: 1.537 bhp/kg
    Ducati Superleggera V4 is a most wanted superbike in the world, it is now available in 1 variant. Superleggera V4 generates 224 bhp 15,250 rpm of power and 116 Nm of 11,750 rpm of torque from its 998cc, 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, 16-valve, liquid-cooled, fuel injection engine. Superleggera V4 gets a 6-speed manual gearbox which helps to reach to its top speed is 299 km/h with front double disc brakes and rear single disc brake also have a dual-channel ABS (Anti-Locking Braking System).
  10. Kawasaki Ninja H2/R
    Peak Power: 322 bhp
    Weight: 193 kg
    Power/Weight: 1.585 bhp/kg
    Perhaps the world’s fastest and craziest production motorcycle at the moment is the Japanese automaker has released its latest most awaited 2021 variant, oh of course we are talking about The legendary Kawasaki Ninja H2R. The Kawasaki Ninja H2R is on track for the motor racing version of the Kawasaki Ninja H2. And as it is a racetrack-only version, it comes at a hefty premium over the already quite expensive base H2.
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