Need help choosing the right bike for your fun? Say goodbye to winter and get ready to spring into action aboard a line-up of 2006 motorcycles! Best Country Bike-Honda Gold Wing – Imagine yourself flying your jet on the road! Why not? It can happen with the Gold Wing. At 792 pounds, you’ll need a robust body for stoplights, cornering, and parking. It’s got a reverse gear to boot. It also has an optional satellite navigation system and a front airbag offering auxiliary protection to your cranium. Price at $18,999.
Most Exclusive Bike-Yamaha YZF-R1 LE
This impeccably planned bike rivals its European counterparts in style, and it has speed that urges you to push its limits. A back torque-limiting slipper clutch, Marchesini wheels, and Ohlin suspension bestows it factual racer persona, but also keep you on the road where you belong. This limited production of just 500 bikes, is priced at $18,000.
(Honda Gold Wing pictured above)
Best American Bike-Victory Las Vegas Jackpot – Being trendy, burly, speedy and pleasingly but not outrageously loud, the Jackpot is enviable of the lot. Its large 250 mm Dunlop rear tire perfectly makes up for its rather svelte front, and it is powered by a ballsy fuel-injected 100/6 Freedom V-Twin engine with torque aplenty. Not much renowned as other motorcycle manufacturers, Victoria is all set to rule with this new Jackpot. Priced at $17499.
The rest of the top ten bikes list continues as…
Best Foreign Bike-Ducati Paul Smart, $13,995;
Fastest Bike-Yamaha R1, $11,299;
Best City Bike-Suzuki Boulevard S83, $8,499;
Best Scooter-Aprilia Scarabeo 500 ABS, $7,399;
Best Dirt Bike-Honda CRF250X, $6,399;
Most Fun Bike-Suzuki Supermoto DR-Z400SM, $6,099;
Best Bike for Kids-Kawasaki KLX110, $1,699;
So, if you feel like splurging then you have got the best options to choose from!!!