Fastest bikes & adventure bikes available in India

By: Donal Sanghvi Category: Bike Lovers02/04/2019

Top 5 Fastest Bikes in India:

1. Kawasaki Ninja H2

Price: 29,10,000 INR
Top Speed: 331–400 km/h
Engine: 998 CC
Max Power: 197.00 bhp @ 11000 rpm
Mileage: 15 kmpl
Max Torque: 133.5 Nm @ 10500 rpm
No of Gears: 6

The term ‘fast motorcycle’ has been taken to a new level by Kawasaki, with the introduction of the Ninja H2 - a supercharged liter-class motorcycle, which is the fastest production motorcycle currently. The Ninja H2 is currently a superbike enthusiast’s dream, and Kawasaki also offers a track-only version, called the H2R.

2. BMW S1000 RR

Price: 27,55,446 INR
Top Speed: 336 kmph
Engine: 999CC
Max Power: 193 bhp @ 13000 rpm
Mileage: 12 kmpl
Max Torque: 112 Nm @ 9,750 rpm
No of Gears: 6

The BMW S1000 RR may not have a supercharged engine but has enough tech to give the Ninja H2, or any liter-class motorcycle a run for its money. The S1000 RR is a preferred Superbike for many enthusiasts and racers around the world, purely owing to its performance. The BMW S1000 RR comes with a 999cc, liquid-cooled, in-line four-cylinder engine that produces 193bhp and 112Nm of torque, paired to a 6-speed gearbox. BMW Motorrad claims a mileage of 17km/l, and the S1000 RR can hit an electronically restricted top speed of 303km/h in under 20 seconds.


Price: 22,00,000 INR
Top Speed: 300 kmph
Engine: 998 CC
Max Power: 197.20 bhp @ 13,000 rpm
Mileage: 12 kmpl
Max Torque: 113.50 Nm @ 11,500 rpm
No of Gears: 6

The Kawasaki ZX-10R has received a host of design and mechanical updates based on the WSBK motorcycle. The aerodynamics have been improved, and regarding electronics, the Kawasaki ZX-10R now gets Bosch Inertial Measurement Unit, launch Control, quick shifter, Kawasaki Engine Brake Control, and a new Sport-Kawasaki Traction Control system. The lighter 998cc, the liquid-cooled in-line four-cylinder engine makes 197bhp and 113Nm of torque, with the help of a 6-speed gearbox. The engine helps the ZX-10R accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in under three seconds.


Price: 46,11,000 INR
Top Speed: 300 kmph
Engine: 1198CC
Max Power: 202.19 bhp @ 11,500 rpm
Mileage: 17.6 kmpl
Max Torque: 136.20 Nm @ 10,250 rpm
No of Gears: 6

The Ducati Panigale R is the Italian bike manufacturer’s take on the Superbike class. The Panigale R was developed to homologate Ducati’s World Superbike race machine and is one of most track-focused Ducati money can buy. The motorcycle gets a manually adjustable Ohlins suspension and a steering damper, while the electronics consist of traction control, cornering ABS, and riding modes. Powering the Ducati Panigale R is a 1,198cc, liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine that makes 202bhp and 136Nm of torque, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The Panigale R can reach a top speed more than 300km/h.


Price: 29,43,100 INR
Top Speed: 285 kmph
Engine: 998 CC
Max Power: 197 bhp @ 13,500 rpm
Mileage: 12 kmpl
Max Torque: 112 Nm @ 11,500 rpm
No of Gears: 6

The Yamaha R1 has been around for a while now, until recently, Yamaha wanted to update the motorcycle. Along with the update, Yamaha introduced some of its MotoGP tech for street use, and the result is the Yamaha YZF-R1M. The YZF-R1M features electronic semi-active Öhlins suspension, carbon fibre bodywork, Yamaha’s Communication Control Unit (CCU), Y-TRAC data logging system, and stickier Bridgestone tyres, that differentiate the motorcycle from the standard version. Power is derived from a 998cc, in-line four-cylinder engine that produces 197bhp and 112Nm of torque.

Best 2 Adventure Bikes in India:

1. Hero XPulse 200

Price: 1,20,000 INR
Engine: 200 CC

The smallest and most affordable adventure bike which will hit the market this year is the new Hero XPulse, which was unveiled as a concept, both at the EICMA show late last year in Milan, and then again at the Auto Expo 2018. The XPulse is a slightly bigger version of the now-discontinued 150 cc Hero Impulse, bigger only in terms of engine displacement though; the XPulse has a shorter height overall, to make it more accessible to riders of various builds and height. And, the Hero XPulse gets a new 200 cc, single-cylinder engine which is shared with the Hero Xtreme 200R. The engine makes 18.4 bhp and 17.1 Nm of peak torque and is mated to a five-speed transmission. Long travel front suspension and an adjustable monoshock at the rear will give the XPulse decent off-road capability. With a kerb weight of around 140 kg, the XPulse certainly will make for a nimble, affordable, do-it-all motorcycle. Pricing is expected to be very competitive, somewhere around INR 1.2 lakh (ex-showroom).

2. BMW G 310 GS

Price: 3,00,000 INR
Engine: 313 CC

BMW Motorrad India will launch its 'made in India', baby GS this year. The BMW G 310 GS will share the engine with the BMW G 310 R, as well as the TVS Apache RR 310. The bike has been developed in collaboration with TVS Motor Company, and also manufactured at TVS' Hosur plant in Tamil Nadu. The 313 cc, single-cylinder, the liquid-cooled engine makes 34 bhp and 28 Nm of peak torque and is mated to a six-speed gearbox. Long travel suspension (180 mm front and rear) gives it decent off-road capability, with a 19-inch front wheel. Expect pricing to be just under ₹ 3 lakh (ex-showroom) and it certainly promises to be a fun, lightweight adventure bike. We can't wait to ride it!