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3D Models of Standard Motorcycles for 3D computer graphics modeling.
A motorcycle is a two-wheeled vehicle with a mechanical engine (internal combustion engine, electric, pneumatic), the main distinguishing features of which are: vertical position of the driver (motorcyclist), the presence of side foot stops (platforms, steps), direct (gearless) control of the front swivel wheel.
Classic motorcycles include two-wheeled, two-wheeled with a sidecar, three-wheeled (trike) and four-wheeled (quad), snowmobiles (have a tracked drive). In addition to the number of wheels, motorcycles also differ in their design and size: mopeds, scooters (a body-enclosed engine located under the driver’s seat and legs) types: classic, cruisers, touring, sport, road, cross, enduro, choppers.
Motorcycles of this class appeared first and since then they are “motorcycles for every day.” The design of these motorcycles is characterized by simplicity and ease of maintenance, although in modern classic motorcycles, many technologies are used that have come from the sport. A modern classic motorcycle can be of any cubic capacity – from 50 to 2000 cm ³ – but what unites them all into one type is geometry, which provides a direct (so-called “classic”) fit for the driver when he sits straight, without deviating or leaning on the steering wheel. Such a landing is very convenient for a long ride, and all motorcycles are created with this in mind. Classic motorcycle engines are usually moderately forced to achieve a maximum resource that Japanese motorcycles make 100,000 km or more.
A different type of classic motorcycle came from sport – a streetfighter (from the English. Street fighter – street fighter). In fact, this is a sportbike without plastic, many streetfighters-kastomy are made this way – the sportbike “undresses” and there remains a minimum of facing on it that is necessary for driving around the city. Serial streetfighters are created on the basis of engines and other parts of sports motorcycles, while the engines are deformed by 20-25%, and other structural elements are simplified to reduce their cost, but without a serious reduction in ride quality. Such motorcycles are Honda CB-600F and CB-900F Hornet, Yamaha FZ-6 and FZ-1, Suzuki GSR-600 and SV-1000S, Kawasaki Z-1000, etc. Their appearance on the roads is a kind of tribute to fast driving.