Off Road Dirt Bikes by NiceTime

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									Title:
Off Road Dirt Bikes

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322

Summary:
Dirt Bikes are designed and built t
o be ridden off public roads, on ro
ugh even mountainous terrain. These
 dirt bikes feature small engines h
aving less power than larger bikes,
 long suspension travel as well as
high ground clearance, simple const
ruction and minimal body work, no s
treet accessories (such as turn sig
nals and horns), and large wheels w
ith heavy-duty tires for traction,
clamped by rim-locks.

The types of dirt bikes are in refe
rence to their engines:

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dirt bikes,trail bikes

 Article Body:
Dirt Bikes are designed and built t
o be ridden off public roads, on ro
ugh even mountainous terrain. These
 dirt bikes feature small engines h
aving less power than larger bikes,
 long suspension travel as well as
high ground clearance, simple const
ruction and minimal body work, no s
treet accessories (such as turn sig
nals and horns), and large wheels w
ith heavy-duty tires for traction,
clamped by rim-locks.

The types of dirt bikes are in refe
rence to their engines:

Single-Cylinder Two-Strokes
Single-Cylinder Four-Strokes

Common sizes for dirt bike engines a
re:

Young Riders: 50cc _ 150cc
Older or Adult Riders: 250cc, 400cc,
 and 650cc

Having both air- and water-cooled m
otor systems, dirt bikes are design
ed for a variety of purposes, most
especially competitive sports (Moto
rcross, Enduros), time or speed tri
als, rough terrain traversing, endu
rance, and fun and recreation.

Trial Bikes

Trial bikes are a particular variat
ion of dirt bike. They are designed
  for motorcycle trial conditions, a
nd are expected to be pushed to the
  limit, which is probably one reaso
n they aren_t built heavy or sturdy
. Typically, this kind of dirt bike
  is extremely small (up to 250cc en
gine size and power), and is built
considerably light (no seat, and ot
her non-essentials are taken off fo
r light-weight movement).

Dual-Sport Bikes

Dual-sport bikes, or _on-off road b
ikes,_ are dirt bikes that have leg
al access to public roads. These di
rt bikes have greater suspension tr
avel and include all necessary publ
ic-roadway accessories, such as bli
nkers, horns, state license plates,
 fenders, and other essentials. Sim
ilar to Enduro bikes, these dirt bi
kes are sometimes constructed for r
ough terrain and competitive sports.
Dirt bikes are known as the _wild o
nes_ of the motorcycle-class of veh
icles. These dirt bikes require rid
ers who are in control and trained
well in riding them in various envi
ronments. Young and inexperienced r
iders should be accompanied by an e
xperienced rider when learning to r
ide a dirt bike. These monsters are
 fun and exhilarating, but they are
 just as dangerous!

								
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