Motorcycle


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A two-wheel motorised personal vehicle which is associated with a much higher risk of injury and death than that typical of four-wheeled motor vehicles
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These Vivid Black motorcycles will be accented with red and blue pin striping and the standard U.
Almost finished, the motorcycle will get a Burbank Police Department badge airbrushed onto it, a Burbank Police Department patch stitched to the seat and six-shooters attached to the handlebars.
Production of the Aprilia motorcycle line will commence in the fourth quarter of this year.
MGS is basing its bike on the world's biggest production motorcycle engine, a 140 cubic-inch, three-cylinder British Triumph Rocket III with 140 horsepower.
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation is committed to making motorcycling safer and more enjoyable by ensuring access to lifelong quality education and training for current and prospective riders, and by advocating a safer riding environment.
It's difficult for cars to see a motorcycle in oncoming traffic.
The police department's motorcycle patrol was disbanded in the late 1950s in favor of officers in patrol cars handling law enforcement tasks.
For 2007, Victory continues to set itself apart as The New American Motorcycle with an upgraded and refined model line-up that offers a cruiser motorcycle for virtually every type of rider.
motorcycle market, and our team is committed to re-building the extraordinary legend of Indian(R).
A guy gets on a motorcycle, and if he sees somebody is in front of him, he's going to try and catch him,'' Code said.
California law requires a motorcycle endorsement to the driver's license in order to legally ride a motorcycle.
Today, the 96-year-old company makes more than half the heavyweight motorcycles sold in the U.