10: Ducati 1098s
The Ducati 1098 or Ten Nine Eight is well-known fastest heavy bike. Ducati Production is its owner. It is a motorbikes manufacturers and headquarter is present in Bologna, Italy.
9: BMW K 1200 S
A great sport motorcycle, BMW K 1200 S is containing liquid-cooled four-cylinder engine with power of 164 horsepower at 10250 speeds of rpm.
8: Aprilia RSV 1000R Mille
It is a heavy bike produced by Aprilia. RSV 1000R is best model up till now offered by Aprilia. Engine is of 998 cc with 141.3 horsepower at 8000rpm. It contains great first-class equipments in it.
7: Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R is stylish bike manufactured by Kawasaki in Japan. This bike is very fast to ride with 10500 rpm.
6: MV Agusta F4 1000 R
Another motorbike manufactured in Italy, MV Agusta F4 1000 R offers wonderful features like rare shock absorber which make it to adjust easily either in low and high speed, sixteen-radial regulators with four cylinder at horsepower of 174.
5: Yamaha YZF R1
The Yamaha motorbike is redesign of the engine by Genesis and appears as Yamaha YZF R1. This bike having additional characters established like its Handling ability increased up to certain extent.
4: Honda CBR 1100XX Blackbird
This Car holds 1137cc engine in combination with powerful liquid cooled 4-cylinder ability which offers an output 153 horsepower at speed of 10,000 rpm.
3: MTT Turbine Superbike Y2K
Y2K is known as a third fastest heavy bike. MTT Turbine Superbike Y2K utilized gas turbine Rolls Royce engine which generates 320 horsepower at speed of 6000 rpm.
2: Suzuki Hayabusa
Suzuki Hayabusa, a heavy bike motorcycle which won the award of world fastest-heavy bike having 248 mph speeds. It works at a power of 197 hp at speed of 6750 rpm.
1: Dodge Tomahawk
This bike is based on Viper v-10. Its wheels are not similar and having 500 hp at speed of 5600 rpm. This is limited bike and utilized ten-cylinder dominant engine. Due to this, it is recorded as world’s fastest heavy bike.
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