Vehicles

Cruisers Cruiser is the term for motorcycles that mimic the design style of American machines from the 1930s to the early 1960s, including those made by Harley-Davidson, Indian, Excelsior and Henderson. The market for models evocative of the early cruisers has grown to embrace 60 percent of the U.S. market.The riding position on a cruiser usually, but not always, places the feet forward and the hands up, with the spine erect or leaning back slightly. Many “power cruisers” and Japanese cruisers of the 1980s have featured more neutral riding positions.Some popular brands of cruisers are Honda, Harley, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha.
Sport Bike A sport bike, also written as sportbike, is a motorcycle optimized for speed, acceleration, braking, and cornering on paved roads, typically at the expense of comfort and fuel economy in comparison to less specialized motorcycles.Some popular brands of sportbikes are Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha.
Off Road Off-road motorcycles, also known as ‘dirt bikes’, specially designed for off-road events. Compared to road-going motorcycles, off-road machines are simpler and lighter, having long suspension travel, high ground clearance, and rugged construction with little bodywork and no fairings for less damage in spills.Some different types of events Off Road Motorcycles are used for are Motocross, Enduro, Rally Raid, Trail, Trials and Track Racing.
ATV An all-terrain vehicle (ATV), also known as a quad, quad bike, three wheeler, or four wheeler, is defined by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as a vehicle that travels on low pressure tires, with a seat that is straddled by the operator, along with handlebars for steering control.Popular manufactures of ATV’s are Artic Cat, Honda, Kawasaki, Polaris, Yamaha and Suzuki.
Side by Side The Side by Side is a small 2-person or 4 person four-wheel drive off-road vehicle, also called UTV (Utility Task Vehicle) or ROV (Recreational Off highway Vehicle)Popular manufactures of ATV’s are Artic Cat, Honda, Kawasaki, Polaris, and Yamaha Rhino.
Snowmobiles A snowmobile, also known in some places as a snowmachine, or sled, is a land vehicle for winter travel on snow. Designed to be operated on snow and ice, they require no road or trail. Design variations enable some machines to operate in deep snow or forests; most are used on open terrain, including frozen lakes, or driven on paths or trails.
Personal Watercraft A personal water craft (PWC), also called water scooter, is a recreational watercraft that the rider rides or stands on, rather than inside of, as in a boat. These have an inboard engine driving a pump jet that has a screw-shaped impeller to create thrust for propulsion and steering.

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