The Fast and the Furious
Laverda Jota, 146 mph
Okay, you might be thinking that 146 mph isn’t that fast, but it’s still impressive when you see a bike designed like this one going incredibly fast.
Laverda was founded all the way back in 1873, and nearly a century later cranked out the Jota in 1976.
Honda VF1000R, 150 mph
It might be unexpected to see a Honda machine on this list, but this bike was ahead of its time. The VF1000 was introduced in Europe back in 1984, and it blew people away.
It was produced with a liquid cooled four stroke, DOC, 90° V-four cylinder engine that tops out at 130 HP @ 10500 rpm.
Kawasaki GPZ900R Ninja, 158 mph
When it’s fully tuned up, this bike can hit up to 158 mph, and that’s no joke. You’re going to see Kawasaki bikes on this list quite often, and it’s for good reason. The motorcycle company based in Japan has been around for decades and they’re still pumping out bikes like the GPZ900R Ninja every year. Wait until you see the other bikes they have on this list…
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