Over the years the craze or popularity for high end superbikes have increased in the country. with the entry of new two wheeler brands in the country, more and more buyers have now started opting for bigger capacity motorcycles. One thing that has also improved over the years is the quality of roads. We now have straight stretch of highways where the owners of such high motorcycles can actually unleash all its power. Here we have one such video of a Suzuki Hayabusa doing its top speed on an Indian road.
The video has been uploaded by Turbo Xtreme youtube channel. The video starts by showing a group five superbikers who are planning to go on a road trip to Agra. The bikers group at the starting point at Taj Expressway and the vlogger introducs other bikes in the group. The group has a Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R, Yamaha YZF R-1, BMW S 1000RR, Kawasaki ZX10RR and the mighty Suzuki Hayabusa. The bikers start the trip and as soon as they get on the expressway, all the bikers open the throttle and start doing triple digit speeds.
Rider on the Suzuki Hayabusa also does the same. Soon the motorcycle starts gaining speed and all the other bikers are left behind. The odometer shows the superbike doing triple digit speeds at ease and the speed keeps on increasing and finally the needle hits the 300 kmph mark and then the riders slows down. The rider does this couple of times and the group even stops in between to refuel the bikes.
The Suzuki Hayabusa is an extreme machine and is capable of doing high speeds. The Suzuki Hayabusa is powered by a 1,340-cc inline four cylinder, liquid cooled engine that produces a maximum of 197 Bhp and 155 Nm of peak torque. It is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The rider reaches Agra in no time and then continue their road trip towards Lucknow on Agra-Lucknow expressway.
Although doing such high speed runs are fun we would not recommend anyone doing the same on public roads as Indian roads are filled with surprises. Most of the motorists on our roads don’t follow discipline and at time stray cattle come in front of the vehicle. if in case any of those things happen, controlling a superbike that can reach the speed of up to 300 kmph can be a task in itself. In other words, never do this on public roads.