Best Motorcycles of All Time

Best Motorcycles of All Time

In Every Industry there are a lot are players who came tried to stay but only a handful finds the success either it be a Game or corporate Industry or a Automobile Industry. If we see, In the motorcycle Industry a lot of bikes comes into the market every year and only a few sustain the competition and makes a special place of its own. Here is the list of few which remained in fashion till now though they came into the market decades ago.


1984 Kawasaki ZPX900 Ninja

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Brand: Kawasaki Motorcycle & Engine Company

Class: Sports Bike

Release year: 1984

Engine:  16-valve liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder motorcycle engine 908 cc, 4-stroke, transverse 4-cylinder liquid-cooled, DOHC, 4-valve-per-cylinder[

Maximum speed: 151mph (243km/h)

Comment: This bike was the first  16-valve liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder motorcycle engine.


1936 Harley Davidson EL

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Brand: Harley Davidson

Class: Cruizer

Release year: 1936

Engine: Two cylinder 45 degree V-twin Engine with two valves per cylinder, 40 hp, 400rpm

Maximum speed: 95mph (152km/h)

Comment: In early 1936 this was a milestone motorcycle with 61 cubic inch V-twin engine.



1985 Suzuki GSX-R 750

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Brand: Suzuki

Class: Sports Bike

Release year: 1985

Engine: 6 speed, DOHC, 750CC, In-line four, four-stroke, Air/Oil cooled engine 16 valves. 106 hp (77.4 kW)/ 10,500 rpm, 64 Nm/ 8,000 rpm. 

Maximum speed: 128 mph (206km/h)

Comment: Present Suzuki Gixer in the market is inspired from this model.


1993 Ducati M900 Monster

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Brand: Ducati

Class: Naked Bike

Release year: 1993

Engine: 6 speed, 90 degree V-twin, Desmodromic valves 904cc water cooled engine.  

Maximum speed: 118 Mph (190 km/h)

Comment: Presently, 1200 cc Ducati Monster is in the market which is upgraded version of 1993 model.



1959 Triumph T120 Bonneville

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Brand: Triumph Engineering

Class: Vintage class

Release year: 1984

Engine: 270° crank angle parallel-twin, SOHC, 649 cc (39.6 cu in) air-cooled, ohv 360° parallel-twin
1,200 cc,  liquid-cooled engine. 

Maximum speed: 115 mph (185 km/h)

Comment: This Bike got the Bonneville name after the texas racer Johnny Allen achievements on the Bonneville salt flats in Utah.

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