Current Date: 3 Oct, 2023



As a result of design improvements and engines, modern bikes have become some of the world's fastest automobiles. While some love traditional high-performance gasoline engines, others love modern electric engines with instant torque. 

If you belong to the latter, and you want to go for a ride on the fastest bike in the world, this list of the Top 10 fastest bikes in the world is a good start.

What are the fastest bikes in the world?

1. Dodge Tomahawk


Top speed: 350 mph

This bike takes the title of the fastest bike in the world. Its speed can reach 420 miles (676km) per hour whilst maintaining stability, resistance, and aerodynamics.

This bike has 4 wheels, with each having its own suspension. And in 2.5 seconds, it can move from 0 to 60 miles per hour. This is extremely fast when compared to other bikes.

The engine of the  Dodge Tomahawk is the same as that of the Dodge Viper, able to generate massive power of 500 hp and an enormous torque of 525 lb-ft.

2. MTT 420-RR


Top speed: 273 mph

This American motorcycle is powered by a turboshaft engine.

The bikes are not produced in mass. Rather each unique bike is handmade after receiving the buyer's specification and order.

The MTT 420-RR is specially made for people that want the ultimate bike. It has an advanced smart start system.

3. Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R Supersport

Top speed: 249 mph

With the nickname "King of the Quarter Mile," the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R is third on this list. For a long time, the Ninja series has been regarded to be among the fastest bikes in the world because of its technology.

A monocoque aluminium frame, a back-torque limiting slipper clutch, and two power modes are all parts of the design.

Premium onboard electronics with the combination of Brembo 4-piston callipers make sure that this bike can stop completely after exceeding speed limits.

4. Kawasaki Ninja H2R

Top speed: 240 mph

The Kawasaki Ninja H2R has received more innovation than any other Kawasaki motorcycle.

It represents the highest level of Kawasaki engineering.

5. Lightning LS-218

Top speed: 218 mph

The lightning conquers all doubts about electric motorcycles if there are any. In 2.2 seconds, it can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour.

The LS-218 provides a fully-adjustable front suspension, a Billet aluminium adjustable swingarm, and Brembo 4-piston callipers.

6. Ducati 1199 Panigale R

Top speed: 202 mph

The Ducati's two-cylinder engine has titanium rods, a super-light flywheel, and finely-tuned engine mapping. They all combine to push 202 horsepower out with a top speed of 202 mph. 

7. Damon Hypersport Pro

Top speed: 200 mph

The Damon Hypersport pro has an attractive build, instant torque, and ever-increasing ranges. Damon accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds.

8. Ducati Panigale V4R

Top speed: 199 mph

Once again, Ducati showcased its ability to blend style and performance with the redesign of the Ducati Panigale V4R to reach a top speed of 199 mph.

Though the V4R is kept for track-only use, Ducati produces another similar version of the Panigale, but it is street-legal: the Ducati Superleggera V4.

Ducati is a popular name for anyone familiar with fast motorcycles.

9. Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory

Top speed: 199 mph

This motorcycle is non-slouch. It features a powerful V-4 producing 217 horsepower. The Aprilia's braking power is covered with 4-piston Brembo callipers, sintered pads and floating stainless-steel rotors.

10. MV Agusta F4CC


Top speed: 195 mph

The MV is an exclusive piece of motorcycle history.

This motorcycle incorporates titanium exhaust, carbon fibre fairings and over 90% tailor-made components. All these bikes are champions individually.

Note: Reaching such a high speed on two wheels isn't for the weak. While experiencing something this good, don't forget to guard up so as to protect yourself from harm.

Excellence Chukwuma Chukwunaedu

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