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High-tech and track focused are the terms most commonly associated with Yamaha’s R6. The chassis and suspension are derived straight from Yamaha’s MotoGP racing experts. The deltabox aluminum frame of the R6 is designed for quick cornering ability and direction changes with it’s front end weight bias and controlled fill swingarm pivots. The 599c liquid-cooled engine will scream all the way to 16,000rpm, paired with an innovative fly-by-wire throttle system that responds to rider input like never before. Four-way adjustable suspension, and dual 310mm front discs give it commanding braking power and stability when cornering hard. The four-into-one exhaust, 17” lightweight wheels, and sleek fairing design combine to make it one of the best looking sport bikes of all time.
The FZ6R is the kind of bike that can offers accessibility to world of sport bikes for beginning riders while still being able to excite even the most experienced rider. The 600cc DOHC inline four engine provides a smooth linear powerband that will not leave you bored. Beautifully styled, with rider friendly ergonomics make the FZ6R enjoyable for any skill level and style of riding.
Standing alone in the 600 super sport class with its unique 675cc three cylinder engine and striking looks is the Triumph Daytona 675. The nature of the 600cc competition has placed manufacturers in a cycle of incremental refinements to track focused bikes, but Triumph has broken that wide open with the Daytona 675. The compact three cylinder engine has allowed for a very narrow chassis which improves rider feel while cornering. Despite being down a cylinder in comparison with the industry giants, Triumph’s engine is putting down an impressive 124bhp and a class leading 54lb/ft torque revving all the way up to 14,000rpm. The compact chassis is complemented by fully adjustable suspension in both front and rear, and in house developed brakes that minimize fading under heavy usage. At just 365lbs, the Daytona is equipped with all the elements to be called a true super sport machine.
A huge step in power from a 600 without the weight and size of a 1000, the GSXR750 is a perfect mix of power and weight. The 750’s powerband is wide, featuring instant throttle response and braking performance with very balanced handling thanks to the lightweight aluminum frame and Suzuki’s attention to keeping the weight centralized with the MotoGP style underside exhaust. On the track, or the street the GSXR is more than capable of anything you can throw at it. As a true race level sport bike, the GSXR offers nothing but the best throttle response, acceleration, handling and braking performance. Much like the 600, the 750 boasts a slipper clutch that allows for smooth downshifts and tall gearing that makes it the most comfortable street bike in its class. The GSXR 750 proves itself yet again as an extremely capable street and track machine even more so than the 600, making it an excellent choice for experienced riders who appreciate a well-balanced and refined bike.
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Raw styling and the beefy V-Twin hearken back to the classics with all the right modern improvements. Electric speedometer, disc brakes, fuel injection, and adjustable suspension make for a comfortable up-to-date ride with all the classic style.
The Yamaha R3 is a welcome addition to the sub-500cc class long dominated by the Kawasaki Ninja. The R3 brings fresh design, modern looks, and performance to the market. With a new 321cc engine putting out over 41 horsepower to the wheels and slightly above 21 ft-lb of torque, the new R3 comes with ample power to justify the sport looks and riding position. As an entry level sport bike, Yamaha has designed the steel diamond chassis and KYB suspension to provide a softer ride than the R3’s older sibling in the R6 making it ideal to soak up everyday street conditions. The 30.7 inch stock seat height makes the R3 very accessible to riders of all heights, and taller handlebars allow for a more controlled upright riding position that will instill confidence in new riders. Yamaha’s R3 hits every critical area that an entry level sport bike should offer with a comfortable, upright riding position, smooth handling, great fuel economy and modern styling. All of this is backed by an impressive 321cc fuel-injected engine that outpaces the 250cc and 300cc competition. Riders looking for a stylish, lightweight and beginner friendly motorcycle with all the performance to justify its sport bike classification should strongly consider the Yamaha R3.
Yamaha’s R1 represents the pinnacle of motorcycle performance and technology available to consumers for street legal use. The 998cc liquid-cooled inline four cylinder engine has been updated to accompany four valves per cylinder for a more compact design. The YCCT fly-by-wire throttle offers staggering throttle response and an overall improved powerband thanks to the YCCI variable intake system. Slipper clutch comes standard for ultra smooth down-shifting, and the dual underseat exhaust and aluminum deltabox frame add the stunning overall profile. For the 2006 year, the Yamaha R1 takes the title of being the most easy-to-ride liter bike, one that is usually given to the Honda CBR. The suspension is excellent and eager to soak up even the roughest terrain, complemented by powerful high-performance brakes and handling that you would expect out of a super sport bike. All in all, the R1 shares the same excellent build quality that sets Yamaha above other manufacturers in the reliability department. As such, the R1 is an excellent used bike to invest in.
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Suzuki’s GSXR is a fuel-injected 599cc race machine legal for street use. Aluminum twin-spar frame, Showa front and rear suspension, wet slipper clutch, and stainless exhaust all contribute to the epic handling and extreme power to weight ratio. Expect instant throttle, turn-in and braking performance thanks to the track heritage of the GSXR. GSXR’s have always been commended for their rider-friendliness, and the new model for the 2008 year is no different. Offering superior wind protection and comfort in its class, the Suzuki provides a healthy balance of track-day capabilities and street bike utility. All new for the 2008 year are the “A, B, & C” mode selections that allow the rider to select from programmed engine management commands that have been integrated into the ECU to suit a variety of riding conditions. In addition, despite progressively-harsher emissions regulations, power is still up and performance is excellent producing a max of 125 hp at 13,500 rpms. This, barring all the extensive engine redesigning that has been done, results in the all too familiar signature exhaust note the 600 shares with its big brother, the GSXR 1000. As a true race level sport bike, the GSXR offers nothing but the best throttle response, acceleration, handling and braking performance. The GSXR has been designed with a narrower engine and chassis to allow for maximum handling and riding comfort. A lightweight aluminum-alloy frame helps keep the weight down without compromising stiffness.
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Kawasaki’s evolution of the ZX6R has resulted in one of the most dominant motorcycles in the 600cc sport bike class. Kawasaki is known for producing some of the strongest engines in the industry, and they haven’t let up with the ZX6R. The liquid-cooled inline four engine produces over 107 horsepower that is smoothly accessible through a wide powerband. The newly trim chassis has dropped over 20lbs and promotes a very compact riding position that track riders will appreciate. Track enthusiasts will also enjoy the newly redesigned digital display with large readouts for RPM, gear indicator, and speed. Kawasaki has also put a lot of attention towards handling by tapping into their MotoGP expertise. The ZX6R now features the addition of Showa big piston suspension which provides great stability under late braking. The combination of a compact chassis, adjustable suspension, and strong engine make it one of the top choices in the 600cc sport class.