This time we are going to tell you about best motor bike in 2015. There are plenty of new motorcycles coming in 2015 that we can’t wait to throw a leg over, but what is our most desirable and what are yours! We hope that bike loving people will love this post very much. Here is the Top 10 List of Best Motor Bike in 2015. Let’s have a look.
Kawasaki Ninja H2: I’m not a huge sports bike fan anymore thanks to my ageing and arthritic knees, but who could pass up a ride on a supercharged Kawasaki Ninja H2. We keep this high performance bike in the 1st position in our Top 10 List.
Triumph Bonneville: The Triumph Bonneville is testament that classic style can outlive half a century, for today the bike is aesthetically unchanged from its 1959 debut. At 50 years old, the Triumph Bonneville is still running strong with an air-cooled 865cc parallel-twin engine, featuring EFI and an output of 67 horses. This makes this bike in the 2nd position in our Top 10 List.
Harley Davidson Sportster: Harley’s classic V-Twin melds with dual chrome pipes and rear piggyback shocks, showcased by minimal bodywork. Horsepower is low and torque is a passive 55 lbs.-ft, so there’s nothing to be afraid of on your first hog. Slip on those chaps and bust out the tassels. This is the 3rd bike in our Top 10 List.
Yamaha MT-09 Tracer: This is the 4th bike listed in our Top 10 List. When it comes to fun, the new Masters of Torque range of bikes takes pole position. This “dark” version not only looks mean, but also adds some fun to touring with a new windscreen, special ECU, hand guards and ABS.
MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 Lusso: It’s a long name, but that last word means luxury in Italian, so this should provide luxury sports touring with its adaptable chassis stability control which combines electronic stability control and semi-active suspension. This is the 5th bike in our Top 10 List.
Brammo Empulse R: Brammo Empulse R is the 6th bike in our Top 10 List. Electric bikes make the hair stand up on the back of your neck with their instant torque. This one has 90Nm of torque and hurtles to a top speed of 177km/h.
The Suzuki GS500F: The Suzuki GS500F is one of the most versatile beginner motorcycles on the planet. This standard rocks out with a full fairing and sleek bodywork for a sporty profile. Riders who don’t want to be scrunched over the tank of a sport bike in order to reach the clip-ons will love the upright seating position of the GS500F. This is the 7th bike in our Top 10 List.
Ducati Scrambler: This bike promises to put the fun back into motorcycling. Even though it’s just a Monster adaption, it captures a growing spirit of fun that has been lacking. I’d love a prolonged stint and maybe some custom work pretty please. We keep this magnificent bike in the 8th place in our Top 10 List.
Honda CRF230M: If you’re a dirt rider trying to bridge the gap between gravel pits and asphalt, the Honda CRF230M is right up your alley. Honda’s supermotard cousin of the Honda CRF230L dirt bike delivers exceptional gas mileage and exceedingly manageable power, thanks to its air-cooled single cylinder. The Honda CRF230M is more of a commuting machine than a competition supermotard. This is the 9th bike in our Top 10 List.
Harley Street 500: I’ve already ridden it on the media launch in Sydney, but it was raining and it wasn’t long enough to get a good feel. This bike is going to become one of our top sellers and I’m looking forward to a much longer stint. This is the 10th bike in our Top 10 List.