You are looking at a CBR600RR, years will be slightly different by year, but will be close enough.
Picture of the dashboard with tachometer, with a Dyno Chart of horsepower/torque versus RPM.
The CBR600RR is a racing motorcycle. The motor wants to live in the area where the torque is above 40. As you can see the chart, that is between 8,500 RPM to 14,000 RPM. Below 8,500 RPM the bike is loafing, lugging -- you go under 8,500 RPM when cruising and when sitting at a stop.
If you don't want to use the motorcycle as it is designed, get a motorcycle that matches what you DO want to run.