Top 3 Motorbikes of 2022
Due to the pandemic’s cancellation of significant events and public releases the previous year, motorcycle manufacturers have had more time to plan, refine, and create the best new motorcycles for 2022. Your desire for freedom and adventure will be stronger than ever after the protracted lockdowns that occurred all around the world. What better way to enjoy the rush of life than on a brand-new motorcycle? This can be obtained when entering a giveaway to win a motorbike!
This year, some fantastic bikes have been released onto the market, while others continue to dominate their respective divisions despite fierce new competition.
Triumph Speed Triple 1200RS
Even if the prior Speed Triple 1050 was flawless, Triumph merely went and made it even better in 2021. It is distinctive in that it is not a naked version of a faired sports bike, indicating that it is not a compromise. Triumph has stubbornly followed its course without caving in to pressure from rival manufacturers’ boasts of increased power. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t enough force; 178 horses is more than plenty, in anyone’s opinion.
The new gearbox is one of the greatest on any sports bike, and the engine is fantastic, full of triple-cylinder character but smooth and polished despite the rapid performance.
Although the suspension is less compliant than before, if that were even conceivable, it only serves to sharpen up the handling. The seat demonstrates that sporty bikes don’t have to have a plank for a seat but may be comfy. The entire bike feels sleeker and more compact.
Top-tier brakes and suspension are included; overall, the craftsmanship is just stunning and perfectly reflects the riding experience.
2021 Yamaha Tenere 700
Yamaha’s Tenere 700, first exhibited at EICMA in 2016, is another eagerly awaited model that has now entered production and is offered for sale at nearby dealerships. The Tenere 700, sometimes known as the “T7,” is the powerful XT660Z’s replacement. It is powered by a modified version of the Tuning Fork Company’s tried-and-true MT-07 DOHC parallel-twin engine, which has been tuned for extra low-end oomph to better suit off-road applications. With its towering windscreen, navigation tower, and extended range fuel cells, the T7 draws substantially on the aesthetic design of Yamaha’s Dakar Rally racers and its engine architecture.
Ducati Streetfighter V2
A baby brother that is ostensibly more controllable and simpler to ride than its 200bhp+ Streetfighter V4 big brother arrives two years later. Yet, it still has more power than Carl Fogarty’s title-winning Ducati World Superbike!
The Panigale V2’s 955cc 90-degree twin-cylinder engine produces 153 horsepower in this version while weighing only 178 kilograms dry. The gearing has been changed to increase the acceleration of this naked version, and you have access to the standard range of electrical assistance and options, including riding modes, traction control, wheelie control, and engine brake control.
Despite having Brembo brakes, adjustable Showa forks, and Pirelli tires, this motorcycle lacks heated grips, cruise control, and a large TFT dash.
You can also get wings, precisely like its big brother, and it will retail for £14,995 when it hits dealerships. However, the Streetfighter V2 offers them as an option, costing roughly £1000 more.