Since its creation, the motorcycle has been associated with a strong image of freedom and sportiness. To get the adrenaline flowing for speed lovers and to conquer the racetrack, the sport bike has been intelligently designed.
Sport bikes are rarely suitable for road use as they are more oriented towards track use. Several companies such as Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki and Kawasaki, and European manufacturers such as Ducati, BMW, MV Agusta and Benelli have dedicated their know-how to create high-end machines.
The Honda RVF750 RC45
Honda gave birth in 1994 to an exceptional machine which is the Honda RVF750 RC4.
The new 4-cylinder V-twin engine is a real technology and performance powerhouse. With 120 hp, the Honda can reach 260 km/h. From a design point of view, it is sporty, confident and monstrous.
The Yamaha YZF R1
The YZF-R1, launched in 1998, is the most advanced sports bike ever designed by Yamaha. Its 4-cylinder engine, with 150 horsepower and 177 kilograms, gives it the power to race around the track with ease. In addition, the 6-mode traction control system boosts rider confidence and allows the engine’s full potential to be utilized. The compact aluminum Deltabox chassis provides safety for the rider by supporting the rigidity of the machine while keeping the weight low, and the modified front fairing allows the R1 to achieve optimum performance at high speeds. The various sport bikes are designed to take on the racetrack and set it on fire.