Easy. A motor-ised-bycycle, or mo'bike to shorten it's name is a motor on a bycycle. Evolution changed it since but here is the breakdown.
Bycyles consist of a wheel with a hinge next to it and a longer end that trails behind. Imagine looking at a bycycle from above. The hinge is the place where the front wheel and handlebars, which are one unit, pivots on a joint and the trailing end. The trailing end consists of the main frame, engine, tank, back wheel, seat, and suchlike, all combined in one single unit.
Now for a quick bit of physics. Law of conservation of momentum. If you push the hinged thingy described above, applied pressure to the handlebars, made it turn, in a short while while it will straighten itself out. That's just how it is made. What makes it work is the human rider and his invention. Believe me, too little speed (actually increasing engine power applied to the back, trailing wheel) and the bike will not straighten itself out. You also have to control the thousands of little changes that happen to an object in rolling motion in one plane. You inculcate a sense of two-wheel balance and practise it till it is ingrained in your sub-conscious.
Now that you know the principle and the rider, lets look at the ride (bike).
3 main systems:
1. Fuel System consisting of fuel control, regulation and delivery: That means stuff like the tank, hoses, carburettor or fuel injection in case of newer bikes, and the accellerator or throttle and the cable connecting it to the carb/processor/pump.
2. Mechanical System: The internal combustion engine with attached gearbox and sometimes a kickstart. The carb is also connected to the motor. Incidentally, the frame, seat, side panels, front and rear mudguard are not really parts of the mechanical system. They are fixed to each other as rigidly as possible. Both wheels ride on 'suspension' which uses springs on/in tubes and oil/gas containers to handle road bumps and irregularities. The connection between engine and rear wheel is usually a chain riding on two toothed wheel-sprokets. Finally the brakes are also part of the mechanical system.
3. Electrical System: That means generator or dynamo, storage or battery, spark inducing system for the engine to 'fire' and of course, lights.
These three systems have to work together in appropriate harmony for the bike to work properly.
For the evolution of the modern motorcycle, I suggest just start by pouring over photographs of bikes through the ages.
why would a speedometer and odometer not work on a suzuki motorcycle?
I work for the motorcycle safety program of PA and the age that you have to be is sixteen years old. I work for the motorcycle safety program of PA and the age that you have to be is sixteen years old.
You check it with a multimeter and refer to you work shop manual for the correct reading
You kick it and starts!
It is unlikely
In order to find a good motorcycle garage, you will have to search for garages in your area. There are no national motorcycle garage chains in the United States. Motorcycle Superstore does sell many motorcycle tools online required to work on motorcycles.
Motorcycle mechanics can make 60,000 dollars or more a year, depending on the shop they work for and the percentage they receive. Some work by the hour and that can vary as well.
If it is not the bulb check the ground.
Why do the blinkers not work on a 1992 Harley Fatboy Bike
Tachometers count the number of times the ignition fires the cylinders, so a tach from a four cylinder will work on a four cylinder motorcycle. on a two cylinder it will read 50% low.
10w40 motorcycle oil will work fine.
Why?? It is Too small and does not have enough cranking amps to work properly.
Some do, some don't . This generalization does not work.
A motorcycle is a small motor vehicle with two wheels usually designed for one rider which is usually ridden for recreation but may also be used for commuting to and from work.
Check the voltage on the motorcycle battery. If it's 6 volts, I think it should work.
No. YOu need Motorcycle Insurance. Check out this site for more resources on Motorcycle Insurance. http://www.findinsurance.us/motorcycle/motorcycle-home.html
Good motorcycle mechanics are in fairly high demand throughout the country. The first step that someone who is interested in working as a motorcycle mechanic should do is to investigate motorcycle mechanics schools and find a good one. Repairing motorcycles isn't as easily done as it once was, and a good motorcycle mechanic will have to know how to work on decades old, classic bikes as well as modern ones.
Some motorcycle horns have a positive and negative connector. Others may only have a positive wire connector and use the frame for a ground.
You can learn about motorcycle engine repair at ITT Technical Institute. They have a numerous amount of programs and that is one of them if you want to work on motorcycles.
By turning the key to the off position, you are simply grounding out the ignition
It depends on what field of police work, seniority, and the city in which he or she works
no just a motorcycle
A motorcycle club is just only a part of a motorcycle organization.
Sort of: you would need about 80 motorcycle batteries 10 to 20 Car batteries Or six to 8 of the correct golf cart batteries.
Yes, it is possible to recharge a motorcycle battery. There are step by step instructions on ehow.com. It's important to remember that batteries are dangerous things to work with, so be careful.