The fastest production motorcycle bike is the unmodified motorcycle with the highest tested top speed that was manufactured in series and available for purchase by the general public. Personally modified or specially produced motorcycles are of a different class.
Production model tests are mainly taken by motorcycling magazines, under the basis of varied unequal or undefined conditions. The fastest achievable speed of the bike is the motorcycle land-speed record. It is standardized by speed over a fixed-length course.
Here are the top 5 Fastest Production Bikes In The World:
5. Honda CBR100XX Super BlackBird
Honda CBR100XX Super BlackBird was part of the CBR series made from 1996-2007. The bike was developed to compete against the Ninja ZX-11 as the world’s fastest production motorcycle, in which Honda successfully touched a top speed of 178mph. Honda CBR100XX Super BlackBird consists of four incline engines. 162 hp (121 kW) is the power of the bike.
4. Suzuki GSX13000R Hayabusa
GSX13000R Hayabusa is a sport bike made by Suzuki. The bike immediately won as the world’s fastest production motorcycle, achieving a top speed of 303 to 312 km/h. The bike has four powerful incline engines, with a power of 163.3 hp (121.8 kW). The speed of the bike is limited to up to 186 mph.
3. Kawasaki Ninja ZX- 14
ZX- 14 is a product of Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki in the Ninja sportbike series, it was their most powerful sportbike. Kawasaki Ninja was introduced in 2005 at Tokyo Motor Show and released in the 2006 year. The Kawasaki Ninja consists of four engines, with a power of 163.3 hp (121.8 kW). 186 mph is the highest speed of Kawasaki Ninja.
2. MV Agusta F4 R 312
F4 R 312 is a sportbike consisting of 4 cylinder engines made by MV Agusta. The creator of the bike was motorcycle designer Massimo Tamburini. The power of MV Agusta is 183 bhp (136kW) and has a top speed of 185-193 mph.
1. BMW S1000RR
Initially made by BMW Motorrad is a race-oriented sports bike to compete in the 2009 Superbike World Championship. The bike was introduced in Munich in April 2008. BMW S1000R is powered by a 999cc engine which includes four cylinders redlined at 14,200 rpm. The BMW S1000Rr has a power of 205 hp (153 kW), with a top speed is up to 193 mph.