Motorcycle: two-wheeled motor vehicle with
a capacity greater than 125 cmE3.
Passenger restraint handle: part passengers
can grip to hold themselves in place.
Dual seat: two-person seat.
Gas tank: container where gas is stored.
Handlebar: metal tube commanding the front
Dashboard: set of information necessary for
the functioning of an apparatus.
Headlight: front light.
Front mudguard: piece covering the front of
wheel and protecting the passenger from splashes.
Telescopic shock absorber: piece formed of
two parallel tubes, each consisting of two parts, one enclosing
the other. The wheel is fixed between the tubes.
Wheel: round object that turns around a central
axle and allows a vehicle to advance.
Disk brake: mechanism that slows and stops
a vehicle by friction, by pressing a metal disk against the
axel of a wheel.
Aluminum rim: round piece of metal forming
the edge of a wheel.
Frame: welded set forming the frame.
Main stand: central support, used to hold the
motorcycle in a horizontal position.
Exhaust pipe: tube with zigzagging internal
passages, that reduces the noise made by the exhaust of spent
gases from the motor. It is situated at the rears.
Spring suspension: mechanism that absorbs shocks.
Rear mudguard: piece covering the rear wheel
and protecting the passenger from splashes.
Tail light: rear light.
A motorcycle or motorbike
is a single-track, two-wheeled motor
vehicle powered by an engine. Styles of motorcycles
vary depending on the task for which they are designed, such
as long distance travel, navigating congested urban traffic,
cruising, sport and racing, or off-road conditions. In many
parts of the world, motorcycles
are among the least expensive and most widespread forms of motorised