On the track, we found the 217 hp next-gen versions of the RSV4 and RSV4 Factory to be the most impressive yet.
The 100 hp model is more approachable than its siblings, but stands above most competition in its class.
This is the manufacturer’s first mid-size sport motorcycle in the category and the second model to feature its 659 cc parallel-twin motor.
An agile performer with a suite of rider assists, including cruise control, the 100 hp model races to the top of its class in versatility.
Introducing the Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP and the Aprilia RS 660.
With 100 hp, a dry weight of 372 pounds and the manufacturer’s full suite of electronics, this machine was born to carve canyons.
The high-performance manufacturers from Japan, Italy, Germany and the US all tried to steal the show, but several machines shared the spotlight.
The 217 hp Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory motorcycle amazed us at Italy’s Mugello MotoGP circuit.
From eclectic all-electric cruisers to a couple of wheel-less wonders, these bikes are boundary breaking.