You can’t leave your estate on this one as it’s not street-legal, you need to make sure your valet has the tires on warmers prior to every ride, and the engine needs servicing every 15 hours of running above 8,000 rpm. Those quibbles aside, its supercharged four-cylinder makes the H2R probably the fastest two-wheeled conveyance in the world, and its carbon fiber fairing, Mirror Coated Matt paint, and all the rest of its winged victory styling make it a keeper. The 2017 model, updated with a six-axis Bosch IMU, Ohlins TTX shock and auto-blipping downshifter, retails for $55,000.

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