Top Street Legal Bikes to Acquire


Ideally, sport bikes are typically optimized for extreme acceleration, maneuverability, braking, and speed. They thus have to sacrifice some of the standard features evident in everyday motorcycles used for general purposes. Such considerations include relatively limited electronic components, using lightweight tires and components to minimize their weight. The additional advantage is the improved grip on the road to speed up as fast as possible and maintain the speed even around corners.

Sometimes I get an overwhelming desire to explore my wildest racing fantasies. However, with the strict safety regulations on our streets, it is implausible for such a dream to come true. Apart from being extremely expensive, you require a special license to get yourself a bike MotoGP. 

There is an enormous investment that has gone into the design and finishing of these kinds of bikes. One such salient example is the R&D, titanium, and carbon fiber used in their making.

However, there are other affordable brands which are not excessively regulated. They are readily available, and their maintenance does not cost much, especially if you go by OEM motorcycle parts. Besides, you don’t need to own a race track to purchase them. 

Others are pretty fast and take few seconds, less than 3 seconds to hit 60mph, and are street legal. Some of these include;

2011 BMW S1000RR

This machine takes about 2.70 seconds to leap from 0-60mph with a top speed of 242 mph on the road. In the BMW road racers, it is the fastest. 

Honda CBR 1000RR

This bike is a high performer, which is well-balanced and blends perfectly with the rider. However, it is created with computer-aided technology aid and comes with front and rear suspensions to provide adequate cover to the chassis.

32015 Yamaha YZF-R1

This motorcycle takes 2.60 Seconds to leap from 0-60mph. It was developed after Yamaha decided to redesign the engine chassis of Genesis to a compact version in 2015. However, the Japanese manufacturer raised the gearbox topology, creating a stacked gearbox that generates massive torque for the engine. 

2014 Ducati 1199 Panigale

This bike can attain 0-60 mph in 2.7 seconds. It has an increased engine displacement of 1285 c.c with two cylinders. 

2014 Ducati Monster 1200 S.

The Ducati Monster can reach up to 60mph from zero in 2.6 seconds. It was released in the same year as the Panigale and designed with an aesthetic feel with an overexposed engine framework.


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