Racing Motorcycles

For motorcycle riders who want to enjoy track racing, or just enjoy the pleasure of diving into corners along scenic country roads, a racing motorcycle could be the right choice. Some good alternatives will be looked into here.


BMW is set to overtake Honda Gold Wing in touring honors, after the release of BMW K1600GT and BMW K1600GTL in 2012. BMW engines are quite legendary, with the refined boxer engines used in their motorcycles today.

1200GS is another great motorcycle made by BMW, and the best selling model made by the german company. Especially useful for customers in the northern parts of the world, is that they come with a heated seats and handgrips. They are also built with an impressive audio system and mp3 player docking.

Harley Davidson

Harley Davidson is mostly famous for making touring bikes, or choppers. But with powerful engines and great handling, they can also be used by the more active riders, who prefers a sporty motorcycle. Some of their range include:

  • Sportsters
  • Dynas
  • Softails
  • Touring
  • V-Rods
  • Trikes

Harley Davidson has a long and proud history as being one of the largest motorcycle manufacturers for many decades. There’s always a taste of vintage and epic, combined with contemporary technology. Experienced enthusiasts will often prefer Harley’s CVO Street Glide which is one of their best selling models. Another great option, with its low seat and comfortable riding position, is the Sportster 883 Low.


Ducati is one of the most widely used brands in motorcycle races, and also one of the most desired among amateur riders. Some of the new Ducati models include:

  • Diavel Sport Cruiser
  • 1189SP Superbike
  • Multistrada 1200 Sport Touring
  • Hypermotard 1100EVO
  • Streetfighter Naked Motorcycle
  • Monster 696

Another famous model, the Ducati 848, features a wet clutch which is less noisy than the dry clutch used by other Ducati models. Ducati is famous for displaying new technologies like these on MotoGP, World Superbike and other racing events alike.

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