If you are a sports fan, you live for excitement which might come from watching mind-blowing games, sports cars and bikers racing down, trying to emulate the process or by investing in sports betting. However, before you indulge in sports betting, make sure to get all the sport betting tips, reviews and options to find what suits you the most and then go on introspective betting. As exciting as the spirit of sports might be, it is always advisable that you do not get rash, may that be for betting or while riding a sportbike. Here is a list of some of the best sports bikes of 2021.
- Aprilia RS 125 GP Replica
Affordability with style can be a great question while getting a sports bike. Despite the fact that Yamaha’s best-selling R125 continues to be extremely popular, the Italian marque Aprilia’s outstanding RS 125 has definitely become this generation’s poster bike. Belonging to the Ducati of the 125 class, it got mad in the 90s with the 125GP 2-stroke engine encased in the frame of the aluminium twin beam, along with matching cycling parts. People still lust over its great brakes, suspension, RSV4-like designing and GP heritage.
- KTM RC 390
It is probably the rawest and most ardent A2-compliant sportbike. It is simple, lightweight, with a single cylinder that takes its inspiration from the brand’s Moto3 racing bikes. Moreover, it has the running gear of the exciting 390 Duke. Its 44bhp single is not as exciting as a “multi” but it has enough to beat the “ton”. However short the doses of fun might be, the bike stands out in its braking quality and lightweight but sharp nature. It is small and hence is easier for beginners but it is not really very affordable.
- Kawasaki Ninja 650
Once you have gained the licence, directly attempting at a 150bhp+ superbike can be a little challenging. So, the midweight sportsters like Ninja 650 is a win here for the beginners. It was introduced in 2017 with further improvisations in 2020 and is an extremely updated model of the old ER6f. It has the free-revving 649cc parallel twin that is intrinsic to the Minitwin racing, most prominent in the renamed Junior TT. It has been reconstructed with 67bhp and is much lighter being encased in a tubular chassis that is inspired by the Ninja H2. It has a new rear suspension along with twin wavy discs and an exciting bodywork that is kind of a mixture of Kawasaki’s ZX-10R and the Ninja H2.
- BMW S1000RR
BMW came up with the refurbished model after 10 years of the release of this classic, game-changing bike. It finally removed the asymmetrical headlights which had gathered much controversy over the years. It is much more powerful now with a light weight, sharp steering and 204 bhp as well as user-friendly and comfortable. As is the brand trademark, it is not just brutally powerful but also the best with the road manners. It is, however, quite costly.
So, choose your sportbike wisely and take it out for a spin!