Best Sports Bikes In India

There are few other sounds that are more enthralling than the revving of a powerful sports bike engine. These machines are an amalgamation of style and performance and are designed to excite. But don't dismiss sports bikes as toys for speed junkies - few of these bikes are also excellent for daily commute and offer comfort and reliability to their owners. These bikes are also packed with great features.

The best sports bikes in India, manufactured by top brands, are available for purchase at affordable prices. Here is a list of top sports bikes in India, including award-winning models like the Yamaha R15, the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200, the Suzuki Gixxer, and the Kawasaki Ninja.

Best sports bikes in India under 2 lakhs

If you have a budget of less than 2 lakhs, some great options of top sports bikes in India are within your reach! From the race-bred Suzuki Gixxer to the stylish Hornet 2.0 with a street bike design, there is a wide range of sports bikes you can choose from.

Here is a list of budget sports bikes in India that'll cost you less than 2 lakhs.



Approximate Ex-Showroom Price

Engine Displacement

Average Mileage

Gixxer SF 250
INR 1.88 lakhs
39 km/liter
200 Duke
INR 1.85 lakhs
39 km/liter
YZF R15 V4
INR 1.72 lakhs
50 km/liter
Pulsar RS 200
INR 1.63 lakhs
38 km/liter
Hornet 2.0
INR 1.34 lakhs
57 km/liter

Best sports bikes in India under 3 lakhs

Some of the best racing bikes in India can be purchased within a budget of 3 lakhs. In this price range, you can choose from top sports bikes in India like the KTM RC 390 that comes with its iconic orange livery, or the Apache RR310 that's been crafted for power. In fact, within this price range, you can even get your hands on an uber premium BMW-manufactured bike!

Here are the top five sports bikes in India under 3 lakhs.



Approximate Ex-Showroom Price

Engine Displacement

Average Mileage

RC 390
INR 2.78 lakhs
29 km/liter
G 310 R
INR 2.60 lakhs
30 km/liter
Apache RR310
INR 2.50 lakhs
30 km/literr
Dominar 400
INR 2.12 lakhs
29 km/liter
RC 200
INR 2.09 lakhs
38 km/liter

How to get the best sports bikes in India at more affordable prices?

Even though the best sports bikes in India can cost less than 2 lakhs, if you have a tighter budget, you can still purchase top racing bikes in India at even more affordable prices! How? By exploring BeepKart's wide range of second-hand bikes!

At BeepKart, we list used two-wheelers, like sports bikes, that have been procured from verified sellers and have been refurbished to a good-as-new condition. On our website, you can choose from a wide variety of second-hand bikes and scooters. You can even view detailed inspection reports of all listed vehicles, along with their actual photographs.

If you purchase a used two-wheeler from BeepKart, you get perks like three free doorstep services, a 1-year warranty, a three-day or 10,000 kilometer return policy, and the option for assured buyback.

If you want to buy a high-performance and stylish budget sports bike in India, explore BeepKart today!

FAQs about BeepKarts

  1. What is a sports bike?

    Most sport bikes come with some kind of fairing, which makes them look quite good, perform well, and offer plenty of features to make riding fast on the road or track fun.
  2. Which is the most affordable sports bike?

    The most affordable sports bike available in India is Hero Xtreme 200S, which is priced at ₹1,26,000.
  3. Which are the popular sports bikes?

    Popular sports bikes available in India are Kawasaki Ninja 400, Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS, and Yamaha R15 V4.
  4. Are there any upcoming sports bikes?

    Benelli TNT600i is expected to launch soon in India at an expected price of ₹6,30,000.
  5. Are sports bikes good for daily commuting?

    Sports bikes come with an aggressive riding position and that isn't a great posture for commuting. So while you can use it for daily commuting, it won't be as comfortable as a street bike.
  6. What is the difference between a sports bike and a semi-faired bike?

    A sports bike is usually covered by a full fairing, starting with the fuel tank and continuing to the bottom, whereas a semi-faired bike has a fairing but not all the way down.