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A two-wheeled car at the Progressive motor show in Long Beach, California
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Motorcycles: The Two-Wheeled Car
Motorcycles are wonderfully simple machines that utilize the same basic technology that regular cars do. They are essentially two-wheeled cars with limited outer covering. The original motorcycle concept was introduced in the late 1800s and became extremely popular after World War II, in the late 1940s and early 1950s. In many parts of the world, different types of motorcycles are vehicles that provide the sole transportation for the whole family. Some countries don’t make enough money for cars to be commonplace like they are in America.
Learning to ride at the Progressive International Motorcycle Show
Today there is a wide range of motorcycle styles. They may come with gas or diesel engines and sometimes may even be electric. Custom motorcycle cultures are common in many parts of the western and southwestern parts of the United States due to the wide open roads and terrain. Many people prefer riding a motorcycle to driving a car for many reasons such as fuel economy and ease of finding a parking place. Some ride motorcycles simply to enjoy a sunny day. Whatever the reason, there is no denying that motorcycles are becoming increasingly more popular.
Victory Motorcycle’s USMC Special
Insurance for a motorcycle is basically the same as it is for any other type of vehicle. The better the driving record, the lower the price for coverage. Some insurance companies offer good deals when a cycle is bundled with a regular car’s insurance plan. MotorcycleInsurance.com is a wonderful place to start looking for insurance rates for your cycle. Owning a motorcycle is a fun and economical means of transportation and can become a healthy hobby to enjoy.
Contributing writer/rider to LA Car
This two-wheeler (Suzuki Hayabusa) is quicker than the quickest production four-wheeler in the world