This is my latest updates.
You might be calling this a superbike, but it is not true. This is actually a sportsbike.
according to wikipedia :
“A sport bike, aka “sportbike” and “sportsbike”, is a motorcycle optimized for speed, acceleration, braking, and cornering on paved roads, typically at the expense of comfort and fuel economy by comparison with more standard motorcycles.”
The sport bike classes in common usage are:
Lightweight, also called entry level, small or beginner bikes. Some two strokes in this class have dramatically higher performance than the four strokes, being likened to miniature superbikes. Sport bikes with engine displacements of up to about 500 cc (31 cu in) are usually in this class.
Middleweight, mid-sized, mid-level, or supersport. Some of the models in this range qualify for racing in the classes AMA Supersport Championship, British Supersport Championship and the Supersport World Championship, but many middleweights do not have a significant presence in racing. Displacements of 600–750 cc (37–46 cu in) are typical.
Superbike, liter-class, or literbike, i.e. 1,000 cc (61 cu in). As with supersport, many of the models in this class compete in superbike racing.
Open class, hypersport or hyperbike are terms sometimes used in lieu of superbike as a catch-all for everything larger than middleweight. Alternatively, these terms mark a class above the superbikes for the largest displacement sport bikes with the highest top speeds, with weights somewhat greater than the superbike class.
You got it now? good.
Hopefully by this changes I can now travel and update this old dusty blog again.