Bike’s I’ve ridden
In my experience riding I’ve gotten the chance to get on quite a few bikes, but there were a few that stand out and these are my top 3 bike reviews.
2014 BMW s1000RR
This was my first ride on a 1000cc sport bike and it was unforgettable. The S 1000 RR, BMW is the most enhanced, dynamic and adrenaline fuelled motorcycle in the range. The RR Sport takes super sport riding to the next level, with performance enhancing features to fuel the passion of even the most demanding of track riders. This bike comes stock with 193 horsepower, which on a bike is a handful. Getting on one of these after being used to riding 600’s felt different because of the power and weight difference. The place where I saw the biggest difference was on the highway and in turns. This bike topped out at 186 mph with the stock ecu. I couldn’t lean the bike over as far in the turns because it was heavier and I didn’t feel comfortable enough on the new platform yet. But overall it was an amazing riding experience.
For more specs you can visit – 2014 BMW S1000RR Standard Equipment & Specs (nadaguides.com)
2012 Triumph Daytona 675r
This was by far the best bike I’ve ridden so far for me personally. The 2012 Triumph Daytona 675R is a Sport Style Motorcycle equipped with an 675cc, Liquid Cooled, Horizontal In-line, DOHC, 4-Stroke Engine and a 6-Speed Manual Transmission. This bike has an inline 3 engine instead of the more typical inline for engine which gives it a very unique sound that I absolutely love. My full two brothers exhaust with headers sounds absolutely perfect and pops and crackles when I am just cruising. Overall this bike felt lighter, more nimble, and felt way easier to control in the corners. Also a nice ad that comes with the R model is the quickshifter which allows you to clutchless upshift from gears 2-6.
For more specs you can visit – 2012 Triumph Daytona 675R Reviews, Prices, and Specs (motorcycle.com)
2009 Yamaha R6
Light, powerful and bristling with knowledge gained from years of racing, the YZF-R6 is the most advanced production 600cc motorcycle Yamaha – or anybody else – has ever built. Yamaha is one of the best brands on the motorcycle market in a lot of people’s opinion and I also believe they are a phenomenal brand. This was my first bike I ever truly got to really ride without any restrictions and is what made me fall in love with motorcycles forever. This bike was slightly heavier and less nimble than the Triumph Daytona 675r I felt, but by no means was it a bad ride.
For more specs you can visit – 2009 Yamaha YZF R6 Reviews, Prices, and Specs (motorcycle.com)