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Motorbikes and motorcycles Facts 1.In 1876 Sylvester Howard roper attached a two-cylinder steam- engine to a bicycle and the worlds first motorcycle.

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2 Motorbikes and motorcycles

3 Facts 1.In 1876 Sylvester Howard roper attached a two-cylinder steam- engine to a bicycle and the worlds first motorcycle was born. 2.If you don’t consider a coal fuelled, steam driven bike as a motorcycle then we have another option for you.

4 Motorbikes Motorbikes are AWSOME!!!

5 More facts 1.Motorbikes have more than one wheel. 2.The cc stands for the size of engine.

6 The cc 50cc 65cc 80cc 85cc 100cc 110cc 250cc 200cc 1300cc 300cc 350cc 400cc 450cc 500cc 550cc and lots more.

7 Marc and Colin’s favourite stunts Superman,backflip,double backflip,whirlwind(360),120,bar spin, tornado,and heaps more.

8 Motorbike jokes

9 The funny 1.Who said the motorbike can talk? You did 2.What does a tank and a motorbike equal? A tanker bike 3.What does pepper do to a motorbike rider? It makes hot man

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11 facts 1.Motorbikes are used in sports 2. The lightning bolt is the fastest motorcycle 3.The rear suspension gives a smooth ride 4.The passenger seat is called the pillion 5.Riders can start motocross when there 5 years old

12 If any adults are watching please do not watch any more or else because it is restricted under 13 thank you for watching

13 Way more facts!!! 1.On trail rides you lose points when you put your foot on the ground 2.The fastest speed is km 3.They race even on ice roads!!! 1.Stunt riders are very crazy!!! 2.Doctors use motorcycles 3.Police use motorcycles in heavy traffic

14 Do not watch any more If any adults are watching please do not watch it again or else because it is restricted under 13 thank you for watching

15 Why do we ride motorbikes

16 Riders choose to ride for a wide range of reasons, including cost effective transport, traffic congestion, environmental reasons, fashion, ease of parking, convenience, to name a few. Motorbikes and mopeds travelled 5.1 billion kilometres in 2002 (figures privided by DfT). Commuting accounts for two thirds of all motorbike hourneys (figures privided by DfT). Travelling by motorbike can reduce journey times by up to two thirds. Up to eight motorbikes can fit in the same parking space occupied by one car. Car drivers with a full licence obtained prior to February 2001 are automatically qualified to ride a 50cc bike on the road.

17 creditscreditscreditscredits By Marc and Colin used by library computer Weston school its classic and fancy with a touch of groovy I know right.

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19 (*_*) A motorbike rider during a race.

20 ($_$) A motorbike rider that just won lotto and a free motorbike.

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