Ducati 1198 Superbike vs. Charger SRT Hellcat
“Roadkill TV’s Charger Hellcat takes on a Ducati 1198 Superbike in a heads up drag race at The Red List Group’s Event”
2017 Honda CBR1000RR Review w/Nicky Hayden
“Nicky Hayden test ride on a 2017 Honda CBR1000RR, see what he thinks of this superbike.
Superbikes have always been special machines, offering levels of power, handling, and refinement no other streetbikes can match. The new 25th anniversary CBR1000RR is a Superbike where the rider comes first. Where you get a degree of connection unlike anything in the class. Available in three distinct model options this year, it’s designed to dominate in the most important category of all: rider satisfaction.
The all-new 2017 CBR1000RR is lighter, more powerful and faster than any CBR1000RR we’ve ever produced. Trackdays your specialty? Racetrack riding puts special demands on any machine, and you’ll find Honda’s new CBR1000RR SP is up to that challenge. Available in limited numbers, it has all the features of our new 2017 CBR1000RR, but adds premium Öhlins electronic suspension, Brembo brakes, a titanium muffler, and more. In addition to the SP, Honda is offering an even more exotic CBR1000RR SP2 in extremely limited numbers for the most serious enthusiasts and professional racers. The CBR1000RR SP2 incorporates all the special features of the CBR1000RR SP, and adds bigger intake and exhaust valves and lighter forged Marchesini wheels.”
SOURCE: Roads Untraveled
Kawasaki Ninja 900R Powered Trike??? | Yea you heard that right!
“What’s up you guys?! So Adam’s custom AMT3 Trike powered by a Kawasaki Ninja 900r motor has got to be the most insane vehicle I’ve ever driven on the street. It feels like it should be completely illegal, it’s mind-bending fast, and it drives beautifully. The motorcycle engine revs to a staggering 12,000 RPM which, in a car, screams like an F1 car, I can assure you that. Adam built this custom tube frame, 3-wheeled vehicle at his machine shop in Vancouver, BC and has made it legal to drive on public roads. Enjoy!”