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|09-29-2015, 11:30 AM||#1|
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Whats your favourite bike of 2015
Get voting in Visordowns Awards
WHEN it comes to new bikes, 2015 has been one of the most exciting years we can remember.
The market has been reinvigorated and classes transformed. Superbikes are back, with the Yamaha's new R1, BMW's new S1000RR, Aprilia's RSV4 RF and Kawasaki's supercharged Ninja H2. The sports-tourer class has been reinvented with a raft of road-biased adventure bikes like MV Agusta's Turismo Veloce and Yamaha's MT-09 Tracer. And sub-500cc bikes are more exciting than they’ve been in decades thanks to stuff like Yamaha's R3, KTM's RC390 and Kawasaki's Z300.
In fact, as we drew up the shortlists for Visordown’s 2015 Awards, we realised just about every category looked completely different to last year.
Now it’s time for you to choose the best.
Just like last year, there are two awards to be won in each category. One winner will be chosen by you in a reader poll and the other by us.
Go to the Visordown Awards 2015 page to see all the shortlists and vote for your favourite machine from each class. There’s also a category for the most innovative new product of the year.
Click anything that’s been shortlisted and you’ll be taken to a review of it, where you’ll see all our polls down the right-hand side of the page. They're also down the right-hand side of this page and on all our bike reviews, whether written by us or readers like you.
Voting closes on October 31 and the winners will be announced in December.
Visordown's Awards are in association with leading kit retailer GetGeared.
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