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Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC (132 kW) [12]
Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC (132 kW) [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 999 cc; Number of Cylinders: 1; ABS

The only thing that Fast Bikes didn't like about Aprilia's RSV4 Factory APRC is that it's not free. On all other counts, this is undoubtedly the most jaw-dropping bike of the year and …

1 review

 

300EXC [13]
KTM Sportmotorcycle 300 EXC [13]

Enduros; Cubic Capacity: 293 cc; Number of Cylinders: 1; ABS

The amazing skills of KTM's 300EXC impressed Fast Bikes, who said that its motor is absolutely crazy but at the same time it provides superb control so it'll go exactly where you want it …

1 review

 

GSXR 600 [12]
Suzuki GSX-R 600 [12]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 599 cc; ABS

For Fast Bikes, Suzuki's GSX-R600 is the best true 600 they've tested, but that's not enough to make it stand out from its rivals in this round-up. Its balance, default setup, …

1 review

 

 
Ducati Monster S4RS (96 kW) [07]

Naked Bike, Supermoto; Cubic Capacity: 998 cc; Number of Cylinders: 1

It looks spectacular, it's blindingly fast and the brakes are stunning, but Ducati's 2007 Monster S4RS has got little else going for it, Fast Bikes said. It's a nightmare to ride at …

1 review

 

BMW Motorrad R 1200 GS Rallye (81 kW) [12]
BMW Motorrad R 1200 GS Rallye (81 kW) [12]

Enduros, Tourer; Cubic Capacity: 1170 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

1 review

 

 
Yamaha YZF-R 6

Sports Bike

Yamaha's YZF-R6 is a track bike firt and foremost, and as such it lacks road manners and feels completely out of its depth on the road. It has a decent midrange and roaring top end, but the …

1 review

 

Kawasaki ER-6n (53 kW) [12]
Kawasaki ER-6n (53 kW) [12]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 649 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

Kawasaki's ER-6n is friendly to new riders and a superb option if you're looking for open country thrills. Fast Bikes saw it as a fun, pleasant and practical ride that's made even …

2 reviews

 

Suzuki RG 500 Gamma (70 kW)

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 498 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4

The built quality of the Suzuki RG500 Gamma didn't overly impress Fast Bikes, but it does deliver a lot of power, although that can feel like being smacked in the face with something very hard. …

1 review

 

Ducati 998R (102 kW) [02]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 999 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2

According to Fast Bikes, the only thing keeping Ducati's 998R 2002 model from perfection is that you have to pay for it. Everything else is pitch perfect in their opinion, from its styling and …

1 review

 

Triumph Street Triple (78 kW) [12]
Triumph Street Triple (78 kW) [12]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 675 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

If perfection has a name, it's the Street Triple, Fast Bikes concluded after fawning over its stability, steering, speed and handling. It also handles potholes wonderfully, and is a fantastic …

1 review

 

 
Suzuki GSX-R750 K4 (109 kW) [04]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 749 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; No ABS as standard

1 review

 

Honda CBR900RR Fireblade (115 kW) [02]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 954 cc

In Fast Bikes' opinion, the CBR900RR 2002 Fireblade is a real scorcher whose only flaw is a somewhat bland suspension but which impresses on all other accounts. It's got power by the …

1 review

 

Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K2 (118 kW) [02]

Supermoto; Cubic Capacity: 1000 cc

Even by 2012 standards, the GSX-R 1000 K2 is a speed demon, to the point that Fast Bikes reckon that it could easily one-up most modern rivals on the road. The roar of the engine is a delight to …

1 review

 

Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K1 (118 kW) [01]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 988 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4

The GSX-R1000 K1 may now seem a little dated and a bit on the large side, but with decent springs and brakes it'll be raring to go. Fast Bikes considered it to be a talented machine, and with a …

2 reviews

 

XJ6 [11]
Yamaha XJ6 [11]

Tourer, Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 600 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; ABS

Slightly pricier than some of the competition, the Yamaha XJ6 Diversion F ABS is a great option for a first-time big bike. In confined spaces it makes an acceptable scratcher, and offers a …

1 review

 

Ducati 848 Evo (96 kW) [11]
Ducati 848 Evo (96 kW) [11]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 849 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; No ABS as standard

It may take some time for you to work this bike out, and Fast Bikes believe that, assuming you have not already lost interest in it by then, things should be just fine. The Ducati 848 Evo corners …

2 reviews

 

RSV4 APRC Factory (132 kW) [11]
Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC (132 kW) [11]

Sports Bike; Cubic Capacity: 999 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; No ABS as standard

On the track the Aprilia RSV4 Factory APRC showed no weaknesses. The electronics are just incredible and this bike offers superb power and control. Also the chassis is well balanced and holds the …

2 reviews

 

Triumph Speed Triple [11]
Triumph Speed Triple [11]

Naked Bike; Cubic Capacity: 1050 cc; Number of Cylinders: 3; No ABS as standard

Over the years, Triumph's Speed Triple has become lighter as well as more powerful, and now, according to Fast Bikes, it's got speed and sharpness, without forgetting its hooligan heritage. …

2 reviews

 

990 SM T ABS (85 kW) [11]
KTM Sportmotorcycle 990 Supermoto T ABS (85 kW) [11]

Supermoto, Tourer; Cubic Capacity: 999 cc; Number of Cylinders: 2; ABS

The KTM 990 SM T's fuel range is poor, the throttle is harsh and riding through town feels jerky, but if you can put up with this, Fast Bikes say it grows on you. It has good springs and Brembo …

2 reviews

 

Yamaha YZF750 R / SP (92 kW) [93]

Supermoto; Cubic Capacity: 749 cc; Number of Cylinders: 4; No ABS as standard

Although Yamaha's YZF750R / SP feels a bit hulk-ish, low and long compared to most bikes nowadays and suspension could be better, it's nevertheless a fantastic road machine with excellent …

1 review

 

 

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