There are many aggressive-looking "streetfighter" naked bikes available for sale. A look at the new Suzuki GSX-R750 GSR750 based convince most people that the industry streetfighter is where it belongs.
It has all the distinctive style: a look ahead with a heavy-hitting flagship, with some swept away a large rear tire exposed and exhaust plumbing, while the edges, lines and folds corners cause all eyes constantly forward and down to the front wheel. She screams power, speed and attitude, and if you made a purchase decision on looks alone then a GSR would be on your shopping list.
Still, despite the engine from the GSX-R750 2005 - for many the perfect sports bike of its time - the GSR750 is more suited to a range of softer middleweight entry. It is what drives the machinery, as always, and for this application wildness GSX-R has tamed, with over 40 horses slain for a higher torque in the lower and middle speed range.
To do this, the valves are smaller, they move less, the revised fuel injection and admission channels are narrower.
This strategy makes sense because no one is likely to take a street bike careened on the right track, because the driving position average speeds are not viable long. Around town and on country roads pleasant, low-thrust system is much more useful.