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Different Types of Motorcycles Steam Powered Bikes The First Motor Table of Contents
Types of Bikes MX bike: Street Bike: Cruise bike(choppers or Harleys):
MX bike is made for racing and competition Street bike is made for speed, looks, agility, and power Cruise bike is made for traveling, looks, and gas mileage
Steam Bike was first made in the 1860’s Had 3 wheels Ran on nothing but steam and pedals Very hot to sit on
The First Motor Made by Nikolaus Otto and Eugen Langen.
Was made in 1866 Was not fully ready to put on bike Nikolaus and Eugen did not put the motor on the bike
Conclusion In conclusion, the motorcycle is a very big part of this world and if we didn’t have the bikes that we had back then, we wouldn’t have any today.
Bibliography (work cited) Kahaner, Ellen. Motorcycles. Mankato, Minnesota: Capstone, 1991. “Motorcycles.” Teara. 9 May, 2013. http://teara.govt/nz/en/motorcycles http://teara.govt/nz/en/motorcycles
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By – DESIGN I just gave the bike to my son and he is just going nuts about it. The bike is stable, easy to scoot, and.
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