Revving Up: Must-Have Motorcycles in 2024
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Revving Up: Must-Have Motorcycles in 2024

April 12, 2024 Share

To all motorcycles’ enthusiasts who appreciate a good adrenaline rush, this one is for you…

We have picked the below 3 motorcycles as some of the best in 2024, based on experts’ reviews and experience.

Yamaha MT-09

Power: 117 BHP 

Weight: 193 kg (wet) 

Seat Height: 825mm 

Tank Size: 14 L 

Price: $13,000


The MT-09 is still equipped with a 6-axis IMU with rider aids for 2024, but it also gets a third-generation Quickshifter and Back Slip Regulator, upgraded and adjustable suspension, better Brembo brakes, and acoustic amplifier grills over the tank. Yamaha Ride Control and the TFT dash allow you to customize your ride, though the 5-inch TFT may stand out a little.


It appears that the cost has increased significantly to correspond with the new model, as it is now £10,100 in 2024 (the launch prices for the 2023 MT-09 were £8999, the 2023 SP was £10,199, and it was only a little less than £7k in 2013). It’s becoming a little more expensive, but it will still sell incredibly well.

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Aprilia RS 457

Engine cc (Displacement): 457 cc

Max Power: 48.6 HP @ 9,000 rpm

Weight: 175 kg 

Seat Height: 810 mm

Tank Size: 15 L 

Price: $6,799


Introducing the 2024 Aprilia RS 457, which has a liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine and was inspired by the RS 660. The 457cc engine’s specifications have not yet been made public, although Aprilia promises 47 horsepower and 350 lb of dry weight.

The RS 457 has three ride modes, throttle-by-wire, a rear shock with 5.1 inches of travel, a 41mm fork with 4.7 inches of travel, and dual-mode ABS as standard. A single radial-mount 4-piston caliper up front and a 1-piston caliper in back, along with an optional up/down quickshifter, offer stopping power. It is one of the best motorcycles in the market today.


Potential customers should do extensive market research before making a purchase, nevertheless, as there aren’t many sales and service shops for this model.

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BMW F 900 GS/Adventure

Power: 103 BHP 

Weight: 219 kg 

Seat Height: 870mm 

Tank Size: 14.5 L

Price: $15,225


The F 900 GS, which replaced the F 850 GS, has an 895cc, eight-valve parallel-twin engine that produces 103 horsepower and is remarkably smooth thanks to balancer shafts. It has lost thirty pounds, giving it a somewhat more off-road-inspired stance. All of the electronics have been upgraded, and the Adventure model has a larger 23-liter tank. There are options, like dynamic electronic suspension, but they might cost you a bit.


Although the long-travel suspension provides comfortable riding over a variety of road conditions, several riders felt that the shock’s rebound damping was too lenient, which resulted in excessive bouncing. Further tweaks to the rebound damping greatly enhanced control. The compression-damping circuit of the shock is not adjustable, despite the spring preload being. Furthermore, the front 2-piston Brembo calipers on the GS are not as good as one could anticipate for a bike at this price.

Image Courtesy of BMW
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