Best sports bikes in India – Sports bikes junkies are typically interested in the technical nuances of riding and are pretty fussy about their motorcycles.
Quite obviously so, because such beasts need special attention as they rule the road and not everybody can afford them. Good sports bike are a rare sight in Indian roads because out of the wealthy lot, people are still apprehensive about it.
However, the bike companies have spelled a fresh life into the market scene by launching some really worthwhile sports bikes lately, we are referring to the big name companies here.
Take a look below about the Best Sports Bikes In India in vogue:
1 – Bajaj Pulsar RS200:
This bike is priced at 1.25-1.37 lacs and runs on patrol. The speed limit is 35 kmpl and gives out 199.5 cc.
2 – Kawasaki Ninja 300:
This 296 cc bike with 25 kmpl speed and 39 bhp sold 115 units so far in Indian market. In the October 2013, The Kawasaki Ninja has been launched which has succeeded the Ninja 250R. It was introduced back in 2008 and deemed as the World’s favourite 250 CC bike until Honda CBR 250 came in competition. This was not going in the single-cylinder way and the Japanese Manufacturer added extra oomph by adding more punch in the twin equipped product.
3 – Yamaha YZF R3:
It was the Yamaha’s response to the Kawasaki Ninja 300 and KTM RC390. The colour schemes are blue and black and it doesn’t offer any upside-down front forks or an all-digital instrument cluster as such like R15 V3. It still gives you the 41 bhp, 321 parallel twin-engine and a handling worth dying for.
4 – Suzuki Gixxer SF:
This is priced at 91,892 rupees and has 4-5 colour variants. This is a fully-paired premium commuter motorcycle which aims at the young audience that is stylish from every which angle. It also doubles us as a tourer.
5 – KTM RC 200:
This bike gives you 199.5 cc with 25.1 bhp. And available in 2 colours. It was declared model of the year on 2017. The engine is BS4 compliant and there have been a couple of changes administered so far. This bike is a complete value for money one and retains the scalpel-sharp handling.
6 – Yamaha YZF-R15 S:
Yamaha launched this YZF-R15 S to rule the Indian market which is given good feedback by the customers. But the rear seat being a tad uncomfortable makes the sitting a bit difficult.
7 – Honda CBR 250 R:
This is a Honda 250 CC single-cylindrical sports bike and is a BS4 compliant too. There is an LED headlamp and the bike is available in two colours, one is Orange and another is Green. This was meant to compete with TVS Apache RR310, KTM RC200, Yamaha Fazer 25, and Bajaj Pulsar RS200.
Best sports bikes in India – These are the best sports bikes so far has been launched in the year 2018 and we are hoping for more.