What are the different type of motorcycles and which one is better?

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What are the different type of motorcycles and which one is better?

Dan from CA wants to know about different bikes and which on is better?

When making a decision on which kind of motorcycle is best for you, the most important factor in the decision process will come down to exactly what kind of rider are and just how you intend to use the bike for the duration of its lifespan.

Every different person has a different style of riding, and being able to properly match this riding style with the proper bike model will ensure that the decision of bike that you make is fitting enough to feel as though it is an extension of your very body. An improper choice in bike can be an expensive and potentially dangerous mistake, but the perfect choice in bike can be one of the most enriching purchases that you make in your life.

First and foremost, you are going to want to make sure that you take the body type of the bike into account before considering any of the other features. As a rule of thumb, you should always be sure that the bike you choose allows you to put both of your feet flatly on the ground when the bike is completely upright. If you can’t put both of your feet flatly on the ground when the bike is upright, then the bike is simply too tall for you. Choosing a bike that allows you to put both feet on the ground when it of right is it just a matter of comfort, but a matter of objective safety.

The safety of the bike model that you choose is related to your own experience as a rider as well. You need to ensure that your particular level of riding experience is congruent with the performance capacity of the bike in question. If you don’t happen to be the most experienced rider around, then usually, high-performance bikes won’t be very wise for you to consider buying. You should hold off on considering a high-performance motorcycle until you have developed enough riding experience to feel comfortable on just about any different road condition.

If you think that you are mostly going to be using your bike for casual daily commutes, then a traditional/standard bike will probably be the best choice for you. Riders who have been using bikes for a number of years will find traditional bikes to be the most familiar-looking, but the evolution of modern bike electric starters, disc brakes, and fuel injection implementations have made the ergonomic feeling far superior to what it used to be.

If your expected commute is going to be very long, and you expect to have a passenger, then you will be best-off with a cruiser bike. If you’re going to be using the bike for many hours and miles with a passenger, then the touring bike is best. The sports/touring bike offers slightly more performance than the standard touring bike. Sports bikes are highly adept at straightening out winding roads, and dual-purpose bikes are very useful for making commutes over unsteady pavement.

Certain riders may find that their particular needs can't be covered by a "stock" bike this calls for a custom bike or chopper. There is only one place to go for the best custom rides in the world, Orange County Choppers, to start working on the perfect custom chopper for you contact us at  contact@orangecountychoppers.com.

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