This is a very tricky question. I know that on car insurance, you have to have a stipulation in your coverages that says you are covered under any vehicle, even if its not yours. This option costs more but its cheaper than having to pay outright if you wreck some1 elses car. AS for motorcycles, im sure that there is a stipulation limiting you to your own bike. But, im not totally sure, just call different insurance agencies and ask them questions. That's the best way.
Depends on how fit the riders are. With two fit riders, a tandem can outclimb two solo riders.
Buy them. But some bikes can't.
Tandem bikes have the potential to be faster, but it is eventually all down to the riders. For good riders on reasonably flat roads wind resistance is quite a limiting factor, and two riders on a tandem will have less wind resistance than two riders on two separate bikes. Still, the difference isn't that big, so a good solo rider will be faster than two average tandem riders.
Wherever the riders wants to ride them.
There's hundreds of different kinds of bmx bikes there's Eastern bikes, Fit bikes,free agent bikes, diamondback bikes, even some bmxers use pro mongoose bikes.
Homeowners insurance does not cover dirt bikes. There is dirt bike coverage that can be purchased. Dirt bikes are not required to be licensed in order to use them. Make sure that your dirt bike coverage stipulates that it is covered upon theft because not all policies include theft.
They are OK for casual riders, that is their main market.
you first scout riders then get bikes or graphics with your racing name on them then u choose races then have ur riders race in them
About 40kmph depending on road terrain and riders weight
-the bikes weight -the riders weight -the riders strength -the gear shifts and how well they are used -terrain hope that helps! :)
when traffic conditions and the skill of both riders allow it.
No aerobic riders and stationary bikes are not similar. If you need a good warmup an aerobic rider would be perfect. The aerobic rider has a limit to its workout level. A stationary bike burns more calories and is used when you want a tougher workout.
Harley started using a sports engine in their bikes in 1960. It was a small 50cc that was popular for beginning riders who wanted to start out with a smaller bike.
In Ohio, titling for dirt bikes began in 1999. Every dirt bike must have a title and be registered according to the state's policies.
Dirt Bike riders, the state (From tax revenue) and the aftermarket companies that make parts for the bikes.
If you're asking about human-powered bikes, then you can whatever bike that fits your size. If you're asking about motorbikes you're in the wrong category.
No, they use foot operated rear brakes, as on all bikes. Some riders, Mick Doohan for instance tried a rear brake that was operated by a button on the left handlebar....
If it's a team rider, then someone of the non-riding staff will see to getting the bikes shipped back, probably as cargo. If it's an unattached rider or from a very small team, they might bring their bikes themselves.
Most pocket bikes can be purchased online or through motor cycle dealers. Though they are sold, is best to check state laws to see if it is street legal or if riders need to be a certain age to operate the bike.
While on a recumbent bike the body position is more horizontal with the riders feet positioned in front of them. Traditional exercise bikes have the rider positioned more vertically with feet under their body.
Not all, but quite a lot of them do. Those who don't ride themselves are amazingly tolerant against bike riders.
atv are better and stfer Dirt bikes are just as safe as an atv. Safety is the riders responablity. the same thing.
The book of coin knowledge refers to them only as "Two motorcycle racers".
Tandem bikes are really big and cumbersome, so it'd be really hard. And with two riders onboard - forget it.
pro:Bmx is a fun, cheap sport(compared to motocross) con: many skateparks in the USA dont allow bikes to get in