(PRWEB) April 24, 2014
The independent authority on affluent living, bestofluxury.com, has awarded the list of the April 2014 top motorcycle companies in the affluent living industry. The ratings are released at the start of each month in order to account for the latest developments and achievements of the top performing motorcycle companies. The independent research team at bestofluxury.com analyzes and recommends the companies included in the examination process each month in order to assist businesses in selecting their solution.
The independent authority on affluent living, bestofluxury.com, has named the top ten luxury Motorcycles for April 2014. The ratings are released at the start of each month in order to account for the latest developments and achievements of the best motorcycles. The independent research team tests various models and manufacturers in order to assist those searching for an exceptional product.
The 10 top motorcycles & bikes for April 2014 are:
1. Suzuki Hayabusa
2. Nera Concept Bike
3. Harley-Davidson FLSTSE CVO Softail convertible
4. Kawasaki Ninja 1000
5. Honda Gold Wing Airbag
6. BMW K 1300 S
7. Ducati Superbike 1199 Panigale S Tricolore
8. MTT Turbine Superbike
9. MV Agusta F4CC
10. ECOSSE Titaniium Series RR
While many luxury motorcycles are considered for the in-depth evaluation process each month only the best are showcased in the ratings. The ratings are revised each month to account for the latest developments and technological advancements within the industry. The five areas of evaluation used during testing include service, safety, performance, customization, and handling.
bestofluxury.com is an established independent research firm focusing on the analysis and recommendations of luxurious living companies all around the world. The recommendations are produced by the independent research team each month to highlight the top motorcycle companies based on their accomplishments and their rating achieved through the proprietary analysis process.
The 10 best luxury motorcycles for April 2014 can be found at:
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