In this list, the bikes we have chosen are European and American sports bikes and are non-Japanese. These bikes were rated by you and those are included in the list that had three reviews or ratings more than averaged. Remember, this list is created using your reviews. The ratings are out of five and here is the list of Top Ten Non-Japanese Motorcycles of All Times.
Top Ten Non-Japanese Motorcycles of All Times – Top Rated
10. Aprilia RS 125: 4.08/5
This bike is a little slow but good to ride. If you use the 8000rpm then it’s speed becomes fast as the exhaust note switches till 11,000rpm when it runs out of puff, then the bike stops reviving. It weighs 125kg with handling and brakes which are satisfactory.
9. Aprilia RSV Mille 1000: 4.19/5
Aprilia introduced RSV Mille in 1998. Even after the flagship status of v twin has been given to the latest RSV4, it still doesn’t take away the charm of Mille. The gearbox and fueling are slick and smooth. It has a 115hp engine, however regardless of the gear choice a grunt is always felt which makes this bike a sensible choice.
8. Triumph Daytona 955i: 4.2/5
Triumphs liter sports motorcycle, Daytona T595 was succeeded over by 955i in 1998. The model of 2001 Daytona 955i was 4kg lighter and had more power, with 147hp. The second-hand version of this bike in the 50mpg economy and good spread of power makes this bike a sensible choice of owning a real-world sports bike.
7. MV Agusta F4 1000 R 312: 4.2/5
The bike doesn’t give 312kmh as mentioned in its name, the bike once reached 311kmh which is not quite a celebration. It has 170hp with 9hp higher than its predecessor which was viable due to the titanium valves, increase in throttle bore and new cam.
Ducati 1098 took the spark of MV, but it’s still attractive and impressive if you want race-spec wheels and forks, along with quality rear sets and exhausts. It has an economical price of £14,750.
6. KTM RC8: 4.4/5
The bike has a 1148cc v twin engine and 133hp with the most amazing looks for a sports bike in the market. It has an adjustable WP suspension with proper handling and Brembo brakes. The power commander can smoothen up the previous models which make this bike even madder.
5. Triumph Daytona 675 (2006-2012): 4.46/5
It was expected that Triumphs 675 3-cylinder would be an anomaly caused by engineers and won’t be a hit, but the bike introduced in 2006 after a 4-series cylinder became successful. The motorcycle had 675cc which wasn’t made for racing but it was a good model given by triumph and was successful too. It had a fantastic combination of horsepower and torque with good chassis to make this bike more worthy of respect.
4. Ducati 848: 4.5/5
The bike weighed 168kg and Ducati introduced a completely new engine for this bike. It had 135hp with impressive stability and only costs £6000 for a second-hand model.
3. Ducati 1199 Panigale: 4.6/5
This bike is considered unique with its 195hp, revised brakes, no trellis frame and electronics. It has a Superquadro engine which revs like an in-line four. It had another model in 1198, but 1199 is more updated and faster.
2. Ducati 1198S: 4.66/5
This bike gives you traction control, full Ohlins suspension and adjustable steering damper, with 169kgs and Marchesini wheels. You can get this bike by adding £3000 above the price of 1198. The S is considered to be more refined, sleek and classy.
1. BMW S1000RR (2009-present): 4.72/5
This bike has 193hp and 999cc which took over the bling of every other sports bike. BMW launched this model in 2009 and the only rival that came after four years was Kawasaki’s ZX-10R. It has a weight of 190kg which is considered more substantial than it looks like.
This bike is considered to be reliable and if you want a Motorsport paint job by BMW then we suggest you pay an additional £465 which will maintain this bike for even longer. The motorcycle costs £13,735 with the best handling and speed.
Top Ten Non-Japanese Motorcycles of All Times – Top List
|Sr. #||Top Ten Non-Japanese Motorcycles of All Times||Rating (Out of 5)|
|1||BMW S1000RR (2009-present)||4.72/5|
|3||Ducati 1199 Panigale||4.6/5|
|5||Triumph Daytona 675 (2006-2012)||4.46/5|
|7||MV Agusta F4 1000 R 312||4.2/5|
|8||Triumph Daytona 955i||4.2/5|
|9||Aprilia RSV Mille 1000||4.19/5|
|10||Aprilia RS 125||4.08/5|
These bikes are all non-Japanese and are selected with the help of your ratings and reviews. Each bike has its quality which makes it worthy of being included in this list.