Unfortunately, feather pushers and ordinary skeptics think that the noise of motorcycles is a nuisance, and they, in particular, look bad at motorcycles, even when those who drive noisy cars are released with impunity.

With that in mind, we've put together a list of the best motorcycles that have ever been created to help you attach them to noise police - although cannot be held responsible for the consequences!

1. Honda RC166 250 – aka the Honda Six

Honda RC166 250 – aka the Honda Six

If you are lucky to hear how the Honda Six warms up at a classic bike meeting or show, congratulations, you experienced the best noise a motorcycle can make. Unfortunately, from here everything is down!

"Six" is similar to something from space in comparison with modern motorcycles with a volume of 250 cubic meters. See, pistons the size of cotton reels and a red line at 18,000 rpm, which saw a miniature car capable of speeds of about 160 mph.

2. Ducati Panigale V4 R

Ducati Panigale V4 R

I was lucky enough to drive a V4 R on the road and on the track, and I can confirm that listening to it is terrible. If MV Agusta is engaged in motorcycle art, Ducati creates a motorcycle theater. When shifting gears, the Desmosedici Stradale engine sounds as if Johnny 5 were rinsing nuts and bolts, as the Desmodronic cam chains and cams rattle and knock in frustration, at only 1200 rpm.

As soon as you pull the V4 out of the zone of discomfort, it will be a completely different story: the engine and exhaust fumes will reach the red line, like the demonic choir that is trying to destroy the Vatican.

3. Honda CBR1000RR-R SP

Honda CBR1000RR-R SP

The launch of the new Fireblade earlier this year took place in Qatar, and that was good. Because the Losail MotoGP is a terrific ski track, but also because it is in the middle of the desert, and camels and nomadic tribes do not have mobile phones and therefore cannot complain about the noise.

The secret of the new Blade sound is partly due to the fire-breathing characteristic of the engine, with a power of 214 hp, as well as the fact that Honda used Akrapovič from the very beginning of the project to develop exhaust around the rest of the motorcycle.

4. MV Agusta F4

MV Agusta F4

The soon updated and redesigned MV Agusta is not only stunning, but also amazingly listening. These are four underwater exhausts, just as pleasing to the ear as they are to the eye.

Accelerating to 200 hp and picking up speed to almost 15,000 rpm, there are a few built-in fours that can fit the big MV - except for the next bike on this list, which is!

5. Aprilia RSV 4

Aprilia RSV 4

Aprilia RSV 4 is another motorcycle that matches its MotoGP on the front of the exhaust system. V4 engine configuration and exhaust design at the limit means that this bike is as loud as you can. Without breaking eardrums, without breaking windows and without arresting for crimes against millenials.

6. Honda CRF1100 Africa Twin

Honda CRF1100 Africa Twin

Now lay the pitchfork and listen to me. I rode all generations of the Africa Twin and I think there's something in the 270-degree cranks that makes the big Honda sound amazing when it rips through a dirty lane.

It is rude, feisty and sounds on every inch, what a dirty plug really is. Honda confirmed the subtle trick with Africa Twin by making the exhaust quiet and light at speeds from 4,500 to 5,000 rpm, in the area where you cruise on the freeway, higher, and that's a whole different story!

7. Norton Manx 500

Norton Manx 500

If you can afford it, you can afford the local council fines for noise disturbance! Perhaps you can also afford a specialist to fabricate a conical exhaust, just like the TT bicycles that were used all these years ago.

If you haven’t heard of Manx Norton yet, watch the video from the Goodwood Renaissance meeting and check out the Barry Sheen Memorial Race - a tingling sensation!

8. Kawasaki H2 Ninja

Kawasaki H2 Ninja

Kawasaki does not rely on a special configuration to create an audible soundtrack. Instead, the H2 Ninja has a two-speed supercharger bolted to the top of the gearbox.

While the H2 exhaust notes are a little muffled, the turbines and superchargers muffled the exhaust notes a little, but you hear a tweet, a twist, when the turbine blades accelerate to supersonic speeds, causing the hair to rise on the back of the head.

9. Yamaha R1 M (2020)

Yamaha R1 M (2020)

If you are looking for a true MotoGP soundtrack, there are only a few serial bikes that don't need modifications that could fit the latest generation Yamaha R1M for

The spider is the key to the sound and creates an unusual and almost flat note for the exhaust sound. Shot on the main road in Jerez during a motorcycle launch last year. The car I rode felt and sounded every inch a MotoGP purebred racing bike.

10. Triumph Street Triple RS (2020)

Triumph Street Triple RS (2020)

Few bikes sound as good on a standard exhaust system as the new Triumph Street Triple RS. When we started the bike at the end of last year, we drove along roads near Cartagena in Spain, and then spent the day making our way along the steep and winding BSB test track, which is located near the city.

I clearly remember that at that time I thought that there was little that could be done to after-sales service to improve the auditory delight that the new Triple Street brings. Its coarse exhaust is clean and restrained at low speeds, rising to a demonic howl when the motorcycle reaches the red line. If Carlsberg were stocking, it would sound very much like that!

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