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The Ducati V4S with the R winglets is about as close as you can get to a streetable race bike without having to sacrifice all of the comfort.  It's sleek lines and deep baritone grunt from the twin/twin engine setup makes this Ducati a near erotic experience to behold, and a NSFW experience to ride.  Of course the owner came to the best of the best to have his full Akrapovic exhaust system installed, and aftermarket fender eliminator, along with an ECU tune to insure all components work harmoniously together. 

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The 2019 BMW S1000RR superbike is the fourth generation of a machine that first arrived on the scene in 2010. At a time when its rivals could barely muster a rear-wheel 160bhp, the German wonder machine made 190bhp, had MotoGP-inspired electronics and race-ready handling - impressive for a company best known for sensible tourers and adventure bikes. Refined in 2012 and updated in 2015, it’s a multiple TT winner, loved by racers and is the circuit weapon of choice for discerning track heads. Its long-awaited successor has been four years in the making and new from the ground-up. From its...

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Extending the frame of a motorcycle — or specifically in this case the second-generation Suzuki Hayabusa, built for acceleration and outright speed — is sometimes done for purely aesthetic purposes.  A stretched bike looks a lot different from its factory design, and the look is popular in the aftermarket motorcycle community. But for some riders, stretching a sportbike has a purpose beyond looks. Stretching a bike's frame dramatically affects the way it's ridden. The mechanical components might stay the same, but a stretched sportbike handles differently and requires the rider to adjust positioning. Sounds like it could be kind of a...

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