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Competition Motorcycles
Competition

Cruiser Motorcycles
Cruiser

Dual-Purpose Motorcycles
Dual-Purpose

Leisure Motorcycles
Leisure

Scooters
Scooter

 Motorcycles
Street Sport

Street Sport Motorcycles
Supermoto

Super Sport Motorcycles
Super Sport

Touring Motorcycles
Touring

It's not always easy to classify certain motorcycles into one single style. We've tried to categorize them based on simple criteria generally accepted in the industry. No simple task, as manufacturers don't all use the same criteria, some basing them on marketing aspects, others on technical specifications. Even insurance companies don't agree on motorcycle classification./p>

  • Competition: off-road motorcycle designed for racing on rugged terrain (Motocross, Trial) or road courses (Supermoto).
  • Cruiser: type of motorcycle made popular by Harley-Davidson and Indian (custom); low riding position, comfortable driving at low speeds.
  • Dual-Purpose: motorcycle designed for both on- and off-road driving. This category includes small, light motorcycles as well as bigger machines (V-Strom, Tiger) generally referred to as adventure tourers.
  • Leisure: for off-road use only, not designed for competition.
  • Scooter: standard scooters (under 50 cc), mega scooters (over 50 cc, e.g., Suzuki Burgman), and mini motos (Pagsta Mini Choppa).
  • Street Sport: motorcycle combining performance with comfort. Many types of motorcycles fall into this category, as classification is based mostly on driving philosophy rather than technical specifications.
  • Supermoto: with the chassis and engine of an off-road bike, the Supermoto combines lightness with power. This is the street legal version.
  • Super Sport: the ultimate performance motorcycle. These are nothing less than motorcycles originally designed for road racing that are now street legal.
  • Touring: as its name suggests, this type of motorcycle is designed to be comfortable on long journeys and can usually accommodate a good amount of luggage.