TWO-WHEELERS THERE IS NO ALTERNATIVE FOR ALL FREEDOM-LOVING MOTOR FANS
Motorcycles are two-wheeled, in-line motor vehicles, although they may also have a sidecar (maximum curb weight: 400 kg). Motorcycles are characterized by a lower power-to-weight ratio than a car. The engine power needs to accelerate less mass and the vehicle has a lower rolling resistance. The drag coefficient of motorcycles, however, is relatively high, so that only aerodynamically perfect models can reach speeds in excess of 300 km / h.
Motorcycles are divided into motorcycles, scooters and bicycles with an auxiliary engine.