In the 90s, the so-called super-sports motorcycles gained immense popularity. Each manufacturer considers them his duty (in the prevailing conditions of competition) to produce several samples of such techniques, concepts, and prototypes annually. It all lasted until the early 2000s of this century. Although the fashion for super-bikes has gone on the market today, you can find many truly legendary images of this technique in excellent condition.
1. Ducati 748/749
This legendary bike is an absolute myth. More importantly, Ducati 748/749 still falls into the SuperSport class criteria and participate in the competition. This legendary bike is certainly not as practical as the latest model in this area but still worthy of the attention of technology connoisseurs of this kind—delight machine as their characteristics, appearance, and price.
2. MV Agusta F3 675
Proud Italian V4 engine impresses with its power and external quality! The bike is nice, but I love it and know it's not for it. Professional riders have praised it mainly for top-notch traction control.
3. Honda CBR650F
Before creating a proud Honda CBR650F, these motorcycle manufacturers turned out to be the creators of the best specimens of the universal. The sports version came out just as well; the bike even today is considered one of the best, at least when it comes to the SuperSport classics.
4. Honda CBR600RR
CBR600RR is another beast from the manufacturer mentioned above. But, again, motorcycles are remarkable, which laid the foundation of all modern designs used on the racetrack—characterized by lightweight and extremely high performance for their release.
5. Suzuki GSX-R600
Suzuki GSX-R600 has been the most popular motorcycle. At one point, this sports bike praised an entirely new engine, an innovative braking system, and excellent traction control, prophesied that one of the leaders on the track to do. The bike was so advanced that if you put a motorcycle Suzuki GSX-R600 SuperSport 2016, most people will say that this GSX-R600 - is a new, modern model.
6. Yamaha R6
Far away in 2006 and still remembered as the Yamaha R6 motorcycle. During the tests, the R6 all the professionals of his renewed engine. The number of revolutions per minute in this bike reached shocking values.
7. Triumph Daytona 675
A decent alternative Japanese sports bike designed in the UK. Triumph is a fantastic firm. The thing is that this is the oldest and also the youngest brand. The company was founded in 1902 and then ceased to exist. Triumph returned to the market in 1991. The Daytona 675 motorcycle is a living testimony that Europe can make an excellent supersport motorcycle.