Muscle meets modernity in this bruiser. The 116 cubic inch, air-cooled V-twin engine churns out 121 horsepower, while the aggressive stance and sharp handling beg for canyon carving.
This discontinued gem remains a legend. Its 1200cc, liquid-cooled engine delivers 104 horsepower, and the lightweight chassis dances through corners like a dream. Snag a used one if you can.
Don't underestimate this scrappy brawler. The 975cc, liquid-cooled V-twin punches above its weight with 112 horsepower, and the hooligan-inspired design turns heads wherever it goes.
A cult classic, the 1190SX boasts a unique, fuel-injected 1190cc, liquid-cooled engine pumping out a whopping 175 horsepower. Its unconventional looks and raw power make it a true adrenaline machine.
The spiritual successor to the 1190SX, the EBR 1190RX refines the formula. It retains the 175 horsepower engine but sheds weight and sharpens handling, making it a track-focused monster.
Embrace the electric revolution! The SR/F boasts a 140kW electric motor churning out 190 horsepower and 140 lb-ft of torque instantly. It's silent, powerful, and a glimpse into the future of American speed.
Another electric powerhouse, the LS-218 boasts a staggering 200 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque. This American muscle car on two wheels rockets from 0-60 mph in under 3 seconds, redefining electric performance.
This handcrafted beauty blends classic design with cutting-edge electric technology. Its massive battery pack delivers 160 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque, all wrapped in a timeless aesthetic.
This unique offering from Indian combines flat-track inspiration with sportbike performance. Its 1203cc V-twin engine delivers 122 horsepower, while its upright riding position and aggressive styling offer a different take on the traditional sportbike formula.
While sadly no longer in production, the Motus MST deserves a mention for its unique design and impressive performance. Its MV4 1650cc, 90-degree V4 engine pumped out a healthy 165 horsepower, making it a powerful and comfortable sport-touring option.
Though discontinued, the Brammo Empulse RR pioneered electric sportbikes in the US market. Its electric motor delivered 54 horsepower and 66 lb-ft of torque, offering instant acceleration and a glimpse into the future of American performance.