The 3 Fastest Motorcycles Coming Out in 2012

Do you live for the way the wind feels flowing through your helmet? Motorcycle manufacturers have definitely provided some wind splitting products for the year 2012. As they compete with each other to provide the most superb bike available, the riders are reaping the benefits. Have a quick look at the 3 fastest motorcycles coming out in 2012.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R

The 2012 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R model exceeds the 200 hp mark. This bike is a street beast. Designed for aggressive resistance, this bike represents the attitude of intimidation well. The arrangement of quadruple headlights gives it a fierce stare.

The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R engine size has been increased since last year, bringing the displacement to 1441 cubic centimeters. In addition, technological options allow the rider to adjust the bike for superior handling and to suit performance needs. Kawasaki seems to have accomplished the goal of creating a bike that inspires awe.

Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300R

The Hayabusa has been mainstay in the hyper-bike world since 1999. It seems that, for years, overpowering this bike has been the goal of competitors. The latest incarnation of the Hayabusa still holds the reputation that has solidified the name Hayabusa. With unique styling and character, Suzuki has made sure you know that is a Hayabusa when you see the 2012 GSX1300R.

MV Agusta F4 1000 RR

With definitive styling, 201 horsepower and a zero to sixty time of 2.5 seconds, the MV Agusta F4 1000 RR is not a bike for the faint of heart. The Italian motorcycle makers have managed to create an engine that maximizes horsepower while keeping cubic centimeters to a minimum. Owning this bike is certain to establish a certain status quo.

No matter what type of bike you favor, all three of these bikes are sure to impress. Technological devices increase comfort and safety as well as performance. When you are riding, you must always be on the defensive, be alert and be cautious. Once you purchase your bike you will want to protect it from the law of inertia that dictates: An object will remain in motion unless an outside force acts upon it.

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