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An excellent rental choice for those looking for speed and thrill on the paved highway, sports bikes are specifically designed to meet these demands. Contemporary sportbikes are an ideal combination of high accelerating engines and a lightweight construction. Fast and highly manoeuverable, they allow a maximum speed, power and adrenaline rush. Comfort, luggage space and fuel economy are not an important point for this class. The drag is reduced thanks to a racing fairings and a small windshield. Rider ergonomics favour function which means higher foot pegs that position the legs closer to the body to improve ground clearance when cornering and a long reach to the hand controls, which positions the body and weight forward and over the fuel tank. Some of the most popular sport motorcycles are 2010 BMW S 1000 RR, 2012 Kawasaki Zx-14 R, Suzuki GSX-R 750, Yamaha YZF-91, 2010 Aprilia RS V4R, Kawasaki Nindja 1000 and 2012 Ducati Panigale S. Our Sport rental bikes are great choice to discover Bulgaria or Europe.

  • Manual transmission , Petrol, Seat height : 79cm (), Immobilizer, ABS, 12V standard socket, Alarm, Side stand, Anti-Theft System, Top case rack, Electric starter, Engine guard, Windshield, Water-cooled, Fuel level gauge, Passenger seat, Мotorbike rentals in Geneva

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The bikes were at the meeting point in Alicante and in good time for our arrival, lined up ready to go. The chap who met us was very good and spoke good English and was very helpful. The machine I had was an upgrade due the model I had ordered was no longer available, it was in good order, clean and recently serviced. The communications with Moto-roads was clear and timely if fact excellent is the word I`d use to describe the service I received. I will be using your services again on my next trip to Spain in May. Alistair