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Most Expensive Motorcycles In 2022
Contrary to popular belief, money CAN buy happiness and, if you’re a motorcycling enthusiast like we are, chances are happiness equals adrenaline-pumping motorcycles. Now that we’re on the same page, we’re pretty sure you’ve wondered (at least once in your life) about the bikes you’d buy if money was not a factor (read limitation) and that’s exactly what this article will help you discover. So, here are the five most expensive motorcycles that money can buy in 2022.
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2019 - 2021 Honda CB300R
Honda expanded its Neo-Sports Café lineup with the new-in-2019 CB300R that brings more of the same café-tastic vibe as with the CB1000R, just in an entry level-size package. This naked little pocket crotch-rocket — or “Sport Naked” as the factory has dubbed the style — looks to pull in younger riders with a user-friendly, 286 cc powerplant and lightweight design. After a race to the bottom of the usable displacement range for the sport and naked genres, Honda is refining its bottom-tier rides.
2019 - 2021 Honda CB650R
After a race to the upper displacement range and a subsequent search for the bottom usable cubeage, Honda revisited its midrange and spruced up its CB650R ahead of the 2019 model year. That’s right sports fans; the Neo Sport Café concept has gone to production under this new moniker, and it rolled into MY2019 with a handful of tweaks that brushed up the looks and carved off a little fat. The powerplant also took a beating from the buffhammer to turn out a 5-percent increase in power with changes to improve rideability and safety.
Suzuki GSX-S950 R Is A Limited Edition Riot Brewed Up To Celebrate The 2022 French MotoGP Round
There’s plenty of talk surrounding Suzuki’s abrupt exit from the MotoGP paddock at the end of this year. But this hasn’t stopped Suzuki’s French arm from introducing a limited edition variant of the GSX-S950 that celebrates MotoGP’s French Grand Prix scheduled for this weekend.
2021 - 2022 KTM 890 Duke
KTM juiced up its 790 Duke platform with a more powerful engine, beefed up electronics, and improved suspension for its 2021 release in the U.S. market. New graphics are available on this new platform that comes with a robust electronics suite to help you keep the thing dirty-side down. It rocks a price tag that’s a full grand less than the more-racetastic “R” variant for an ever so slightly more-relaxed type of rider.
Battle Of The Streetfighters: Yamaha MT-10 Takes On A Kawasaki Z900 In A Drag Race
We’ve brought you plenty drag races of fully-faired sportbikes, but this time, it’s two popular nakeds that are lining up on the start line.
In this race, a Kawasaki Z900 goes against Yamaha’s flagship naked, the MT-10. Which one are you betting your money on? Decided? Now, read on to find out whether you’re right.
Livewire Shifts into Second Gear With The Del Mar
Puig Aims To Redefine Motorcycle Aerodynamics With Its New Yamaha MT-09-based Concept
Popular motorcycle accessory maker Puig has taken the wraps off of their new concept motorcycle, dubbed Diablo.
While the concept takes shape from a Yamaha MT-09 SP, there’s no shortage of game-changing elements here, all aimed at one thing and one thing only – redefining aerodynamics.
Aprilia’s New Baby Streetfighter Looks Like A Shrunk Down Tuono V4
In the motorcycling industry, it’s sort of an unsaid rule to follow up a successful faired sportbike with an equally bonkers but more versatile streetfighter, and we’ve seen all leading manufacturers do this from time to time. The latest one to do so is Aprilia, who has taken the wraps off the new GPR250S naked motorcycle, based on the fully-faired GPR250R sold in Asian markets.
2017 - 2022 Suzuki SV650
Suzuki continued with the evolution of the SV650 line with the all-new-in-2017 SV650. Built on the success of the original SV650 that covered 1999 through 2008, and its offspring, the SFV650 “Gladius,” the new ride carries the SV DNA into a new generation. With a revamped 645 cc engine, it has more horsepower than ever before.
After months of speculation, Livewire has revealed that the Del Mar flat track-inspired model will be officially launched on May 10th.
The Livewire electric brand is about to expand its model line-up as the eagerly anticipated Del Mar makes its public debut on the 10th of May. This will be the first new model since Livewire was separated from parent company Harley Davidson in 2021 and will be sold alongside the existing Livewire One.
QJMotor’s 700cc Naked Reaches Europe, To Ruffle The Feathers Of The Yamaha MT-07
QJMotor, one of China’s leading bike makers, after showcasing its bikes at the 2021 EICMA show has now finally set foot in Europe. One of the bikes in QJ’s European lineup is the sporty naked motorcycle, dubbed the SRK700, and it falls right in the crosshairs of the Yamaha MT-07.
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How Do You Make An Old-school Steam Engined Bike Faster? Simple, By Strapping On A Jet Engine At The Back For More Thrust Of Course
We see some crazy stuff on YouTube these days, but this video by Robert Maddox, a.k.a the Rocketman, is simply on a different level as it features a steam-powered motorcycle with a jet engine strapped on to its back. Intrigued? Well, read on to find out more.