Many individuals fantasise about owning a superbike. Riding a superbike at full throttle is like soaring through the air. Motorcycles are open-air vehicles that feel fast at any speed.
If you’ve never ridden a motorcycle before, 25 miles per hour seems like 100. Because of advancements in design and powertrains, modern motorcycles have become among the world’s fastest vehicles.
The Top 15 Fastest Motorcycles in the World in 2021 will be discussed in this post.
The World’s Fastest 15 Motorcycles
Based on a range of performance metrics, we’ve developed a list of the top 15 super-fast motorcycles. All of the major characteristics of these bikes are considered, including peak speed, acceleration, and power-to-weight ratio. So, here are the world’s top 15 fastest bikes in 2021.
1. Dodge Tomahawk
Top Speed: 350 MPH
Even automobiles find it difficult to keep up at such an unfettered pace. This superbike has an 8277CC 10-valve four-stroke engine that is a joy to ride. Each of the Dodge Tomahawk’s four wheels has its own suspension. This engine is also used to power the Dodge Viper ( 8.3-liter V10 Dodge Viper SRT10). This motorcycle features a two-speed manual toe-shift transmission with a traditional chain and sprocket system.
2. MTT Turbine Superbike Y2K
Top speed: 250 mph
The MTT Turbine Superbike Y2K is a living legend, undoubtedly powerful, made-to-order, and exorbitantly expensive. It even holds the Guinness World Record for the most expensive motorcycle ever made. Technically, you can own one, but only if you are quite wealthy. The bike’s unique selling point is its Rolls-Royce 250-C18 turboshaft engine and 2-speed semi-automatic transmission, which propels it from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds.
3. Suzuki Hayabusa
Top Speed: 248 MPH
It’s a DOHC, 16-valve, four-cylinder, short-stroke engine that performs admirably. The Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve ensures that the engine runs at peak performance at all times. You may fine-tune the settings of this bike using the ride-by-wire technology and the Suzuki Drive Mode Selector. The Suzuki Hayabusa goes from zero to sixty miles per hour in 2.6 seconds, with the Suzuki Clutch Assist System assisting in limiting back torque. It has a maximum output of 197 HP at 6750 RPM.
4. Kawasaki Ninja H2R
Top Speed: 222 mph
The Kawasaki Ninja H2R is regarded among the top ten quickest motorbikes in the world. The Ninja H2R is a supercharged liter-class beast that is also regarded as the world’s most powerful production. It is, however, solely for track use and may be ridden only on a closed racing circuit. The most current 2021 model is priced in India at Rs 79.60 lakhs.
5. 2020 Lightning LS-218
Top Speed: 218 mph
Electric bikes have yet to gain traction, but Lightning has been attempting to change that for over a decade. The company has come a long way since its first electric motorcycle in 2006, and it now sells the Lightning LS-218, the fastest electric motorcycle on the market. The blue bike can achieve a top speed of 218 mph thanks to a 200-horsepower electric motor.
6. Ducati 1199 Panigale R
Top speed: 202 mph
The quick superbike debuted in 2012 for the 2013 model year, with lighter engine parts than its illustrious forefathers. The Panigale R is equipped with a track-only Termignoni exhaust system, which improves output from 195 to 202 horsepower and max speed from 186 to 202 mph.
7. Damon Motorcycles Hypersport Premier
Top Speed: 200 mph
Damon Motorcycles’ Hypersport Premier isn’t yet available for purchase, but the company promises some impressive stats. Someone at the company must be obsessed with the number 200, which reflects the motorcycle’s horsepower and range. It’s also the bike’s claimed top speed. That’s right, the Hypersport Premier is an all-electric motorbike powered by a 150-kW motor and powered by a 20-kWh battery.
8. Ducati Superleggera V4
Top Speed: 200 mph
Ducati may not make the quickest bikes on the market, but it does make some of the most distinctive models. According to the firm, the Ducati Superleggera V4 is its most powerful and technologically advanced motorcycle. The 998cc V4 engine produces 234 horsepower, which is impressive for a carbon-fibre-heavy body that weighs just 335.5 pounds with a race kit.
9. Suter Racing MMX 500
Top Speed: 192 Mph
The Swiss company is only creating 99 units of this extremely powerful two-stroke track bike, which is totally handmade and has special Akrapovic expansion chambers and two-stroke pipes.
10. Honda CBR 1100XX Blackbird
Top Speed: 190 MPH
The blackbird is a rebuilt bike that has abandoned its glorious past in order to establish a greater future. With a few minor changes to the last one, which premiered in 1996, it’s back to its former brilliance, if not greater. With an 1137 CC liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine, speed is at its disposal. The higher the RPM, the smoother this bike can go. The Honda CBR 1100XX Blackbird is a high-performance machine with a 0-60 time of roughly 2.8 seconds.
11. MV Agusta F4 R 312
Top speed: 186 mph
This particular motorcycle may be identified as the one that violated the “Gentlemen’s Agreement” by attaining a top speed of 312 km/h (186 mph). To be honest, the brand was never meant to be a part of the original arrangement. The bike debuted in late 2007 as the company’s next iteration of the F4 1000 R model.
12. BMW S1000 RR
Top Speed: 185 MPH
This bike sports a 999cc 16-valve engine with a revised intake cam and lighter inlet valves than its predecessor. The BMW S1000 is designed for speed and features a lightweight frame. The bike is 4kg lighter than the previous generation, and it features a redesigned semi-active suspension setup with HP4 Dynamic Damping Control.
13. Aprilia RSV 1000R Mille
Top speed: 175 mph
The 1000R Mille is still as popular now as it was when it was discontinued, because of its elegant design and smooth performance. It’s also one of the world’s fastest and most powerful bikes. The 998 CC liquid-cooled engine with electronic fuel injection and a Rotex V-twin propel the bike from 0 to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds. The company’s ADVC (Anti-Vibration Double Countershaft) aids in vibration reduction.
14. BMW K1200S
Top Speed: 174 mph
This BMW motorbike boasts an 1157 CC four-cylinder engine that develops 164 horsepower and goes from zero to sixty miles per hour in less than 3.2 seconds. It boasts a low centre of gravity, famous EVO brakes, and a partially integrated BMW Motorrad integral ABS, making it nimble, agile, and aggressive all at the same time. In terms of appearance, it is a work of exquisite beauty.
15. MV AGUSTA F4 1000R
Top Speed: 170
The tremendous force of this bike’s 1000 CC drives it forward and makes it a biker’s heartthrob. This bike is easy to ride and cuts through bends like butter on a knife. Acceleration is never an issue thanks to the short-stroke engine and light crankshaft. This bike demonstrates its speed by accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds.
These are the world’s fastest motorbikes in 2021. Do these superbikes appeal to you? Please share your ideas in the comments area below.