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  • Hey this is Rahul from RideWithRahul.com and a very Happy New Year, to all my

  • subscribers and viewers, across the world. This video is done in collaboration with

  • Max Tremo, he has Walkarounds of all the latest bikes in this channel in 4K

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  • you. We are at the EICMA to take a look at the top upcoming Superbikes of 2016. The bike

  • we are currently looking at however this is the Suzuki's MotoGP bike, the RR-GSX.

  • After Yamaha its Suzuki's turn to be inspired from their MotoGP machine and turn

  • it into a road legal production motorcycle. In Suzuki's own words, "the king

  • of sports bikes' is back!" The liter class bike brings groundbreaking

  • technology with its VVT or Variable Valve Timing. It broadens the powerband.

  • When you're thinking sports bike, it's mostly peeky power high up the rev

  • range and impractical in everyday use. With the GSXR 1000 concept, Suzuki tries

  • to redefine all that with this VVT technology. The bike shifts towards

  • Harley like torque at bottom revs, then progressively changes to sport bike

  • timing at peak revs. Best of both worlds, they say. The compromise between high

  • peak power or more filling mid-range has finally been broken by this motorcycle.

  • As this is officially a concept, Suzuki, has not yet released the details specs. The complete

  • suite of electronics is however provided. We have ride by wire and a 10 level

  • traction control system which is adjustable while riding. 3 selectable

  • modes of engine power delivery which is also known as the SDMS (Suzuki Drive Mode Selector). You have

  • electronic ABS. We have lunch control and a quickshifter to system for both up and

  • down shifts. The downshifting is being implemented using on auto blipper. We're

  • not expecting this motorcycle until the end of 2016 but when it comes it will

  • be a game-changer, that is why I decided to start with the Gixxer. After a slice

  • of the near future,

  • let's look at the bikes that you would be able to buy right across the counter

  • from the early months of 2016. Not exactly a superbike in the

  • exact sense of the term but it's too big to be called a super-sports this is the

  • Dukati 959 Panigale. The outgoing 899 which this motorcycle

  • replaces, wasn't a slow bike by any standards but it required a lot of revs

  • to build up to peak power and it was getting beaten by its competitors so

  • Ducati engineers beefed up the bottom end and mid-range by increasing stroke length

  • which resulted in a 57 cc overall increase, the new motorcycle produces a

  • 157 BHP with 80 pound-ft torque at the crank.

  • Thing I like about Ducati, is even in its Supersport equivalent you're going to

  • get the full electronics package. So you're getting the 8 way traction

  • control which is adjustable and you have a three-way engine braking control as

  • well with the multi-mode ABS. The chassis and engine are the same as before but

  • the body panels get a few aesthetic tweaks highlighted by a wider front snout with

  • bigger air intake scoops a reworked tail section and an all new exhaust. The bike

  • also gets a new engine mapping. Let me know in the comments section below,

  • whether you like this all the exhaust or whether you like the exhaust on the

  • previous 899 Panigale. moving on to the third bike it's the Yamaha MT-10.

  • Liter class naked bikes from japan is nothing new but I'm excited about this

  • bike because it gets all the electronic package and meets the BMW S1000R and

  • the (Aprilia) Tuono V4 head on. this will be at the top of the food chain on the MT/ FZ

  • series of motorcycles. This is essentially a 2015 Yamaha YZF-R1

  • stripped down to a naked bike. Yamaha gets passively aggressively with the design.

  • There is a deliberate attempt to redefine the brand's styling cues from the

  • past year and looking really good with this completely new shaped headlight and

  • well proportioned geometric body panels, on the MT-10. Yamaha's trademark 998 cc

  • crossplane crankshaft inline-4 engine is there and the power figures

  • have not come in yet. I'm expecting around a 160 bhp at the rear wheel

  • with a boost to the low and mid-range power.

  • If you remember the cost effective version of the R1 which was called

  • the R1S which had the steel rods connecting the engine instead of the titanium parts;

  • this bike follows the same formula and it also loses the gyroscopes sensors which

  • are present in the track version of the 2015 R1. Should be interesting to

  • see the final pricing on this one.

  • There is no word yet on whether this bike will be released in the USA or Indian

  • market. We're going to do this in a way, one naked bike and one faired bike, so

  • moving into the fouth motorcycle on the list, the 2016 Kawasaki ZX10R. I had

  • ridden the 2015 version of this bike and I absolutely loved it but the 2016

  • version gets a ton of changes. They're taking all of their research and

  • development from the World Superbike Series and now it has been implemented into

  • a production motorcycle. Last year it was Yamaha's turn to change it all up from

  • MotoGP and this year it's Kawasaki. and for the end user it's really a win-win

  • situation because you're going to use state of the art technology on an

  • over-the-counter sport bike. All the motorcycle brands base electronics package

  • on their vehicle dynamics model. Simply put, it's a mathematical model which is

  • used to predict the behavior of the motorcycle in space and a just a feeling

  • in suspension in real time to make them more recycled ready to tackle the

  • upcoming session in the pre-programmed tracks that are already fed into the

  • software so this is basically a 5-axis gyro system feeding the information

  • of this motorcycle into the ECU which makes real-time adjustments into the

  • motorcycle while it's blazing past a racetrack while taking into account

  • wheel speed, throttle angle, brake line pressure, engine RPM etc

  • other major advancements include the balance free fork by Showa which makes its'

  • debut from the WSBK for the first time on a production motorcycle. It's

  • supposed to take fraction of seconds

  • directly off lap times and it would be nice to see how it compares against

  • the 2015 R1.

  • Another important thing is that this motorcycle gets a cornering management

  • system, which is for those of you who like to break within corner or use trail

  • braking. Now, when you're doing that, the bike tries to stand up making you run

  • wide. With this motorcycle, the bike tries to maintain the lean angle even

  • when you're breaking and it makes the cornering a little easier.

  • Sounds fancy? We'll have to see what it feels like in real life! now let's take a

  • look at a different sort of a motorcycle which is definitely taking the internet

  • by storm.

  • Everybody who loves motorcycles, loves this bike. I've never seen anyone who

  • doesn't like a Ducati Diavel and with the 2016 X-Diavel, I think we're gonna love

  • it even more, if that is possible. 2016 version gets a belt final drive.

  • The forward mounted controls have been punched out further with more relaxed

  • tracker style handlebars and it gets bigger displacement engine so Ducati's

  • definitely believing in, there is no replacement for displacement sort of

  • staff and what is new with the desmodromic variable valve timing

  • engine is that it has a longer stroke and a higher compression ratio. The

  • result? The engine delivers the torque at much lower rpm. The previous version

  • delivered on 96 pound-feet at 8000 rpm but the current version is delivering 95

  • pound at 5,000 rpm which means that the torque is available right in the low- and

  • mid-range. This should completely change the feel of the motorcycle and put the

  • torque to rival some of the dedicated cruisers from Harley Davidson. Styling

  • also sees major revamp with the air intake scoops disappearing; displaying more

  • of the beautiful trellis frame. The headlight shroud is also gone. They exhaust

  • pipes have been rerouted and the new motorcycle has a more minimalist, pure

  • concept bike type look which hypes its all new LED headlight unit. But why should

  • you buy it over the other cruisers? Well, you're getting various riding modes

  • with cruise control there is cornering abs and there is a hands free

  • communication unit and a TFT dashboard. Basically you're getting an ultra-modern

  • Cruiser which is extremely futuristic. Before we get

  • to engrossed into the Ducati world let's get back to the sport bike world from

  • another European motorcycle maker, Aprilia. In 2016, it's not an all new bike.

  • the marked difference this year is the improvement of throttle response all

  • across this 14,200 rev range. Some major changes coming the mapping. The rain map

  • is gone and now it's replaced by a race map so the 3 modes are sport, track and

  • race. There's a quick-shifter but the downshift is done by clutch because

  • there is no auto-blipper. Aprilia was one of the first brands to introduce a full

  • electronics package into production motorcycle and it gets ABS, traction

  • control, wheelie control, launch control and now even there is an iOS app which

  • requires you to connect your iPhone to the motorcycle over wi-fi and then on

  • pre-programmed circuits around the world you can get real-time turn by turn

  • adjustment of traction and wheelie control which basically means you can go

  • into the details and fine tune the motorcycle according to your riding

  • preferences. After the power saturation brands have realized that they can't just

  • increase the power of Superbikes every year and now the focus is making that

  • power more usable and making the motorcycles safer with

  • electronic aids and at the same time making it faster motorcycle to ride on

  • track.

  • Optional electronic aids are becoming standard across all brands and though

  • some people are against it,

  • this is definitely going to happen more and more future. For 2016 a new street

  • model called the KTM Super Duke GT has come out. Now this is a very exciting

  • motorcycle because it's based on the award-winning 1290 Super Duke R. The

  • Gt is a more touring oriented bike with a half fairing, a slightly large passenger

  • seat and saddlebags as standard. This sounds like a simple upgrade and to an

  • experienced motorcycle manufacturer like KTM it really is.

  • Now, they have included reshaped combustion chambers that optimizes chain swirl.

  • Intake ports that smooth throttle response at low rpm and the new connecting rods

  • with improved bearings.

  • This is just a small changes to the bike and the clutch has been hardened to 10% to

  • allow extended high-speed running we get a new modular due to low and mid-range

  • while still meeting the noise standards like the Super Dugard the GED boasts of

  • all the latest rider aids among which the main is motorcycle stability control

  • developed by Bosch. This incorporates cornering ABS, traction control, wheelie control

  • and rear wheel mitigation, hill hold assist and a few other things into one

  • single package and also all the other standard electronics is there.

  • Basically a more practical Super Duke. they've taken the Super Duke and made it

  • more comfortable so this is for the crazy guys would like to take

  • such a motorcycle to tour and with that motorcycle we conclude the video today

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  • happy new year once again!

Hey this is Rahul from RideWithRahul.com and a very Happy New Year, to all my

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