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perbedaan motor 2 tak dengan motor 4 tak

Perbedaan mesin motor 2 tak dengan motor 4 tak sungguh sangat signifikan dilihat dari jenis bahan bakar dan cylindernya. Berikut adalah ciri-ciri dan perbedaan motor 2 tak dengan 4 tak.
Ciri-ciri Motor 2 tak:
  • Bahan bakarnya selalu di campur dengan oi baik secara langsung ke dalam tangki bensin ataupun dengan cara memisah kannya
  • Cylinder tidak memiliki klep, sebagai gantinya adalh zuiger valve atau red valve untuk mengatur masuknya gas ke dalam ruangan cylinder.
  • Setiap zuiger atau piston hanya mempumyai 2 buah ring yaitu ring compressi I dan ring compressi II.
  • Setiap cylindernya memiliki 2 macam compressi yaitu compressi cylinder dan carter.
  • Setiap 2 kali gerakan piston terjadi 1 kali pembakaran gas.
Ciri-ciri motor 4 tak :
  • Bahan bakarnya bensin murni
  • Setiap cylindernya memiliki 2 buah klep yang masing – masing klep masuk dan klep buang
  • Cylindernya hanya memiliki 1 macam compressi yaitu compressi cylinder
  • Setiap zuiger atau piston memiliki 3 buah ring yaitu : ring compressi I, ring compressi II, rong oli. Ketiga ring ini sangat berguna untuk membantu pelumasan pada zuiger atau piston.
  • Terdapatnya rantai camprat dalam bak mesin yang berhubungan dengan noken as (kruk as). Rantai camprat ini tujuan nya untuk menahan gigi verseneling atau gerakan roda yang mendadak.
  • Setiap 2x putaran kruk as hanya terdapat 1x tenaga (compressi).
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pengertian "TAK" pada motor

Kita sering membicarakan Tak pada sebuah kendaraan bermotor. Entah itu motor 2 Tak ataupun 4 Tak. Tetapi terkadang ada sebagian orang yang belum tahu pengertian Tak pada sebuah kendaraan bermotor. Maka dari itu di postingan saya yang perdana ini akan sedikit menjabarkan tentang pengertian dari Tak.

Tak atau yang sering disebut slag/stroke/langkah gerakan pada piston (zuiger) pada sebuah kendaraan bermotor mempunyai arti yaitu jarak langkah atau gerakan piston didalam cylinder mulai dari yang paling atas ( rata dengan cylinder blok) sampai dengan gerakan yang paling bawah .

Batas gerakan piston yang paling atas biasanya disebut dengan titik atas atau disingkat TA, dan gerakan yang paling bawah biasa disebut dengan titik bawah atau disingkat TB.

Langkah yang sangat terbatas itu disebabkan oleh adanya kruk as yang menggerakan piston atau (zuiger). Pergerakan piston atau zuiger dari titik atas (TA) sampai titik bawah (TB) atau sebaliknya disebut dengan yang putaran kruk as nya sebanyak 180° atau setengah putaran.

pengertian motor 2 “TAK”
Yaitu setiap jenis motor berbhan bakar , yang dalam setiap cylindernya mendapatkan 1 x pembakaran gas, dengan hanya memerlukan gerakan piston sebanyak 2x. sefdangkan kruk as yang berputar satu kali atau satu lingkaran (360°). Untuk mesin motor 2 tak menggunakan oli sampingsebagai cmpuran bahan bakar ( bensin ) contohnya seperti motor tua yang ber merk Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, vespa, bajaj. Untuk merk Kawasaki yang tidak menggunakan oli samping adalah MERZI.

pengertian motor 4 “TAK”
Yaitu setiap jenis motor berbahan bakar, yang dalam setiap cylindernya utuk mendapatkan 1 kali pembakar gas memerlukan 4x gerakan piston dan putaran kruk as nya sebanyak 2x (720°) dengan disertai terbukanya klep masuk dan klep keluar masing – masing sebanyak 1x.

Review Cagiva V-Raptor | Specifications


Review Cagiva V-Raptor | Specifications

When I got back V-Raptor 650 (check our reviews Cagiva's commuter with attitude) to importers Italmoto from Germiston in Gauteng, I was lucky enough to get a quick spin on a brother larger, V-Raptor 1000 powered by the rip - snorted 996cc V-twin out of the canyon carver Suzuki TL1000.

This is the proposition altogether more serious was established in Cagiva broadly replicated fashion airbox and short, fat tailpipes carbon. This provides 82kW of trampling and speak with authority.

98x66mm twin very interesting from around 3000rpm but the steps up to the cam when the tacho needle points straight up at seven and got a little out of hand for the big city traffic
This is the proposition altogether more serious.
. Opportunity to use so much less power and far between in the urban maze.

Raptor is a great out of place as a pit-bull on a poodle parlors in the city and the need to keep your right hand for smooth movement speed urban law on the door, thanks to slam the jerkiness common to most fuel injection systems on small throttle openings.

But given the gap, or a highway to play with, and it will show you what a big twin is all about - instant, the response effort and eye-compression acceleration. This will hit the 220 mile (do not ask me where) with at least 30 others arrived. Above 8000rpm motor obviously got vibratious; this, after all, the rigid mount-liter twin-class and shaky real vee fashion is part of the riding experience.

As noted above 650 (and Aprilia's RS250), the gearbox on Suzuki motorcycles sold by companies other marques far more stringent than those that gathered for himself
Motor steady as a rock.
. In one liter Raptor's weight changes and solid, down clutchless shifts unless revs high. Even then they are less than perfect, pretty well, then, that the clutch light, positive and abuse-proof - it will get used a lot.

Muscular motor depends on the trellis frame where the first sight look very similar to that of the 650 but neatly combining the three point mount to compensate for unequal expansion coefficient of steel and aluminum - is necessary because the engine is at the top of the mountain ahead of the cylinder head in the crankcase.

The rest is basically the same grille as on a smaller bike and it was a tribute to the health of the design that will handle more than 80kW, without tying itself in knots.

Frame a little wider to accommodate larger motors; all that good as a larger bike has a better pilot seat does not put more pressure on the buttocks. The pillion, however, is the same soft little hump where a lady friend politely refused to lie down.

Suspension is the same with a smaller engine with spring rates and damping is adjusted with the extra weight. The only adjustment for preload on the rear Monoshock Sachs; you up 43mm inverted Marzocchi-downies out of their way, which is very good.

Motor steady as a rock, even more than 200km / h, and have less tendency to shake my head at full tilt upchanges than his brother. This is possible because the geometry a bit more conservative - I suspect most dedicated to trying to keep the front wheels on the tar. This also does not work with the same agility, because some drivers more more conservative.

The brakes are the same as the 650, although with about 10% more mass to haul in a company required to stop squeezing. Because the feedback through the lever is not so precise, even with braided stainless brake lines, and easier to lock the front wheels in 1000.

A neat little screen in these photographs is unique to SA. It was designed by and made for Marco Liberatore of local importers. Remarkably, it was held by no more than six patches of Velcro each no bigger than a large postage stamp because actually instill a stronger push into place faster you ride.

Big V-Raptor takes more skill to ride than the younger more relaxed. It's a big and serious muscular engine and will provide XJRs Bandit and the world that kicked in the right hands. But more than that, it'll take you out on Twisties on Sunday morning and stayed with the race-replica of the corner of your favorites.

Do not be fooled: odd styling under a motorcycle very competent.

V-Raptor 1000 imported by Italmoto from Germiston, Gauteng and the cost of R77 000.
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SPECIFICATIONS

Motor: Liquid-cooled 90-degree four-stroke V-twin.
Capacity: 996cc.
Bore x stroke: 98 x 66mm.
Valvegear: DOHC with four valves per cylinder on the head with Twin Swirl Combustion Chamber.
Compression Ratio: 11.7:1
Power: 82kW.
Induction: Electronic fuel burning.
Ignition: Electronic Transistorised.
Starting: Electric.
Clutch: Cable-operated wet multi-plate clutch.
Transmission: Six-speed constant-mesh gearbox with final drive by chain.
Suspension: 43mm inverted Marzocchi cartridge forks at front, Sachs Monoshock adjusted for preload at rear.
Brakes: twin 298mm discs four-pot opposed piston Brembo calipers in front, 220mm disc with Brembo twin-pot opposed piston calliper at rear.
Tires: Front: tubeless 120/70-ZR17. Rear: tubeless 180/55-ZR17.
Wheelbase: 1440mm.
Seat height: 775mm.
Dry weight: 197kg.
Fuel capacity: 18 liters.

Review Cagiva V-Raptor | Specifications


Review Cagiva V-Raptor | Specifications

When I got back V-Raptor 650 (check our reviews Cagiva's commuter with attitude) to importers Italmoto from Germiston in Gauteng, I was lucky enough to get a quick spin on a brother larger, V-Raptor 1000 powered by the rip - snorted 996cc V-twin out of the canyon carver Suzuki TL1000.

This is the proposition altogether more serious was established in Cagiva broadly replicated fashion airbox and short, fat tailpipes carbon. This provides 82kW of trampling and speak with authority.

98x66mm twin very interesting from around 3000rpm but the steps up to the cam when the tacho needle points straight up at seven and got a little out of hand for the big city traffic
This is the proposition altogether more serious.
. Opportunity to use so much less power and far between in the urban maze.

Raptor is a great out of place as a pit-bull on a poodle parlors in the city and the need to keep your right hand for smooth movement speed urban law on the door, thanks to slam the jerkiness common to most fuel injection systems on small throttle openings.

But given the gap, or a highway to play with, and it will show you what a big twin is all about - instant, the response effort and eye-compression acceleration. This will hit the 220 mile (do not ask me where) with at least 30 others arrived. Above 8000rpm motor obviously got vibratious; this, after all, the rigid mount-liter twin-class and shaky real vee fashion is part of the riding experience.

As noted above 650 (and Aprilia's RS250), the gearbox on Suzuki motorcycles sold by companies other marques far more stringent than those that gathered for himself
Motor steady as a rock.
. In one liter Raptor's weight changes and solid, down clutchless shifts unless revs high. Even then they are less than perfect, pretty well, then, that the clutch light, positive and abuse-proof - it will get used a lot.

Muscular motor depends on the trellis frame where the first sight look very similar to that of the 650 but neatly combining the three point mount to compensate for unequal expansion coefficient of steel and aluminum - is necessary because the engine is at the top of the mountain ahead of the cylinder head in the crankcase.

The rest is basically the same grille as on a smaller bike and it was a tribute to the health of the design that will handle more than 80kW, without tying itself in knots.

Frame a little wider to accommodate larger motors; all that good as a larger bike has a better pilot seat does not put more pressure on the buttocks. The pillion, however, is the same soft little hump where a lady friend politely refused to lie down.

Suspension is the same with a smaller engine with spring rates and damping is adjusted with the extra weight. The only adjustment for preload on the rear Monoshock Sachs; you up 43mm inverted Marzocchi-downies out of their way, which is very good.

Motor steady as a rock, even more than 200km / h, and have less tendency to shake my head at full tilt upchanges than his brother. This is possible because the geometry a bit more conservative - I suspect most dedicated to trying to keep the front wheels on the tar. This also does not work with the same agility, because some drivers more more conservative.

The brakes are the same as the 650, although with about 10% more mass to haul in a company required to stop squeezing. Because the feedback through the lever is not so precise, even with braided stainless brake lines, and easier to lock the front wheels in 1000.

A neat little screen in these photographs is unique to SA. It was designed by and made for Marco Liberatore of local importers. Remarkably, it was held by no more than six patches of Velcro each no bigger than a large postage stamp because actually instill a stronger push into place faster you ride.

Big V-Raptor takes more skill to ride than the younger more relaxed. It's a big and serious muscular engine and will provide XJRs Bandit and the world that kicked in the right hands. But more than that, it'll take you out on Twisties on Sunday morning and stayed with the race-replica of the corner of your favorites.

Do not be fooled: odd styling under a motorcycle very competent.

V-Raptor 1000 imported by Italmoto from Germiston, Gauteng and the cost of R77 000.
Click here to use Motoring.co.za 's mortgage calculator.

SPECIFICATIONS

Motor: Liquid-cooled 90-degree four-stroke V-twin.
Capacity: 996cc.
Bore x stroke: 98 x 66mm.
Valvegear: DOHC with four valves per cylinder on the head with Twin Swirl Combustion Chamber.
Compression Ratio: 11.7:1
Power: 82kW.
Induction: Electronic fuel burning.
Ignition: Electronic Transistorised.
Starting: Electric.
Clutch: Cable-operated wet multi-plate clutch.
Transmission: Six-speed constant-mesh gearbox with final drive by chain.
Suspension: 43mm inverted Marzocchi cartridge forks at front, Sachs Monoshock adjusted for preload at rear.
Brakes: twin 298mm discs four-pot opposed piston Brembo calipers in front, 220mm disc with Brembo twin-pot opposed piston calliper at rear.
Tires: Front: tubeless 120/70-ZR17. Rear: tubeless 180/55-ZR17.
Wheelbase: 1440mm.
Seat height: 775mm.
Dry weight: 197kg.
Fuel capacity: 18 liters.

Road Test Cagiva Navigator | Review | Specifications

cagiva navigator
Road Test Cagiva navigator | Review | specifications

Ducati has been shouting about the new Multistrada them, claiming it was kind of a new motorcycle is a true mixture with sportsbike handling ENDURO style comfort: the "real world real world for motorcycle riders," because they will have it.

Meanwhile, Cagiva had been quietly revised their noble Navigator: "not like a different bike. Power and comfort in an unbeatable mix - the essence of off-road and road bikes together for the first time."

Now come on children, we all know the super has been around almost trailie for old Yamaha XT500.

Navigator updates for 2004, including a stylish black frame and wheels blurred, with the same finish on the blanket cylinder and the luggage rack.

Came stonking performance offerings unburstable Suzuki TL1000S 90-degree V-twin (the previous version used Ducati motorcycles). Re-injection mapping and engine have been making this engine more docile and better suited for touring.

6000rpm engine is limited to six (top) gear. This is the perfect bike for the long haul with a decent interval between services - valves need shimming only every 15,000 miles.

Motor churned out nearly 100bhp, more than enough for this crowd cycle 210kg to 130mph.

1000cc Nav which is a pretty good control, in part thanks to the 18in wheel and right rear suspension sorted. Even fully loaded Navigator can be thrown through corners with confidence. If things do not get a little too interesting twin front discs and calipers Nissin soon bring things under control.

Half-gifts and display wind and rain continued to fall drivers and passengers, and double elliptical headlights throw a strong beam for night riding.

Trunk alloys come as standard, and there are various options panniers and top box to provide 140 liters of storage space for long-term journey.

Cagiva also give serious thought to pillion rider too. In addition to comfortable chairs in an efficient silencer heat shield.

Navigator is a comfortable two-up travelers who really motors, and is very fun when you hit the curve. A versatile top, just like the Multistrada - only much cheaper. So, what's stopping you? The bum perch only 800mm from the deck so that even shorties can give Nav try.



Cagiva Navigator 1000

Road Test Cagiva Navigator | Review | Specifications

cagiva navigator
Road Test Cagiva navigator | Review | specifications

Ducati has been shouting about the new Multistrada them, claiming it was kind of a new motorcycle is a true mixture with sportsbike handling ENDURO style comfort: the "real world real world for motorcycle riders," because they will have it.

Meanwhile, Cagiva had been quietly revised their noble Navigator: "not like a different bike. Power and comfort in an unbeatable mix - the essence of off-road and road bikes together for the first time."

Now come on children, we all know the super has been around almost trailie for old Yamaha XT500.

Navigator updates for 2004, including a stylish black frame and wheels blurred, with the same finish on the blanket cylinder and the luggage rack.

Came stonking performance offerings unburstable Suzuki TL1000S 90-degree V-twin (the previous version used Ducati motorcycles). Re-injection mapping and engine have been making this engine more docile and better suited for touring.

6000rpm engine is limited to six (top) gear. This is the perfect bike for the long haul with a decent interval between services - valves need shimming only every 15,000 miles.

Motor churned out nearly 100bhp, more than enough for this crowd cycle 210kg to 130mph.

1000cc Nav which is a pretty good control, in part thanks to the 18in wheel and right rear suspension sorted. Even fully loaded Navigator can be thrown through corners with confidence. If things do not get a little too interesting twin front discs and calipers Nissin soon bring things under control.

Half-gifts and display wind and rain continued to fall drivers and passengers, and double elliptical headlights throw a strong beam for night riding.

Trunk alloys come as standard, and there are various options panniers and top box to provide 140 liters of storage space for long-term journey.

Cagiva also give serious thought to pillion rider too. In addition to comfortable chairs in an efficient silencer heat shield.

Navigator is a comfortable two-up travelers who really motors, and is very fun when you hit the curve. A versatile top, just like the Multistrada - only much cheaper. So, what's stopping you? The bum perch only 800mm from the deck so that even shorties can give Nav try.



Cagiva Navigator 1000

BMW Concept 6 (2010) insurance informations | pictures | specs |


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BMW Concept 6 (2010) motorcycle, general information, review and specifications
- Inline-six engines have a staple in BMW’s automobiles for decades and the German manufacturer’s motorcycle division took on the challenge of adapting the straight-six to a bike without making it too long or too wide. The result is the BMW Motorrad Concept 6, and an evolution BMW says “will further expand the K-Series in the foreseeable future”. The Concept 6’s engine is about four inches slimmer than BMW’s production inline-six engines, making it just a bit wider than a large-capacity four. To keep the width down, the engine has a relatively long stroke with very small gaps between cylinders. Electrical ancillaries and their drive components are positioned behind the crankshaft and above the transmission to further minimize engine width -

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BMW Motorrad Concept 6.
Fascination, Supremacy and Riding Comfort with Six Cylinders.

Six-cylinder power units have always had particular appeal, offering not only supreme smoothness and refinement, but also superior power and performance as well as a truly emotional driving – or, in this case, riding – experience. A further point is that the typical sound of a straight-six almost like a turbine is absolutely incomparable, with straight-six power units at BMW having stood for fascinating engine technology in BMW cars for more than seven decades.

Looking at motorcycles, inventive engineers have also tried time and again to offer the enthusiast the thrilling concept of a straight-six power unit. But while a few engines in straight-six configuration have indeed been fitted in motor­cycles both lengthwise and crosswise, the straight-six has never really made a genuine breakthrough neither on production models nor in motorcycle racing.

Depending on the way the engine was fitted, six cylinders in-line inevitably made the engine either very long or very wide, creating disadvantages in terms of the running gear, weight distribution, and the centre of gravity. A further drawback was much higher engine weight usually setting off the benefits of extra engine power.

The BMW Concept 6 now proves that a straight-six, benefiting from the most advanced construction and production technology, may offer not only unique prestige, but also a supreme standard of riding dynamics.

The new BMW straight-six will further expand the K-Series in the foreseeable future. The first model to be introduced will be an innovative and luxurious BMW touring machine. Reflecting the tradition of the BMW K-Series, this will of course be a genuine top-of-the-line product.

Highly compact and dynamic six-cylinder.
The starting point for this dynamic introduction of the straight-six in the new Concept 6 from BMW Motorrad is of course the extremely compact form and configuration of the engine. The power unit is approximately 100 mm or 4" slimmer than all former straight-six production engines and only a bit wider than a large-capacity straight-four with conventional technology.

The reduction in width is achieved in particular by the slightly over-square bore: stroke ratio with relatively long stroke and very small gaps between cylinders. To achieve this very compact configuration with minimum width, the electrical ancillaries and their drive components are positioned behind the crankshaft in the open space above the transmission.

High-tech lightweight construction in all areas serves to make the power unit relatively light from the outset, important components in this context being the two hollow-drilled camshafts and the very light connecting rods. The perfect compensation of masses ensured by the configuration and layout of the engine avoids the need for a balance shaft and its drive elements on the new straight-six, which again means lower weight and enhanced running smoothness.

In its layout, the straight-six featured in the Concept 6 follows the well-known straight-four in the K 1300 model series, again coming with cylinders tilted to the front by 55o. This ensures not only a low centre of gravity, but also very good weight balance as an element essential above all under sporting conditions for precise feeling and clear feedback from the front. A further advantage is that the tilted engine provides extra space for the aerodynamically positioned intake manifold directly above the engine and allows ideal configuration of the frame profiles following the flow of power.

The straight-six featured in the BMW Motorrad Concept 6 comes with dry sump lubrication. Apart from greater reliability even under extreme conditions, dry sump technology serves to keep the crankcase particularly low and flat, with the engine being fitted lower down and masses concentrated around the centre of gravity. Doing without an oil sump, the engine may be positioned far lower than on a conventional layout.

The oil reservoir is provided by an oil tank integrated at the rear of the engine block. This avoids the need for a separate tank, again helping to make the entire power unit more compact and reduce weight to a minimum.

Maximum supremacy in running refinement and performance.
Designed and laid out as a straight-six, the engine also opens up new dimensions in motorcycling in terms of supremacy, power reserves, performance and running refinement.

Output of the new six-cylinder will be in approximately the same range as on BMW’s 1.3-litre straight-four power units. Torque, on the other hand, will be right at the top of the range, even in comparison with the largest motorcycle engines, such superior power and muscle coming inter alia from engine capacity of no less than 1.6 litres.

The engine’s power and performance characteristics are equally impressive, offering 130 Nm or 96 lb-ft of torque from just 2,000 rpm and at the same time revving up almost to 9,000 rpm – a dynamic potential quite unparalleled in the tourer segment. This alone qualifies the engine of the Concept 6 as the ideal power unit for a wide range of different motorcycles.

Environmental compatibility and all-round economy re-defined.
The Concept 6 shows the absolute supremacy of its six-cylinder drive system also in ecological and economic terms. Fuel consumption of this six-cylinder naturally equipped with a fully controlled catalytic converter is lower than on a comparable four-cylinder under normal touring conditions. The use of E-gas technology (ride-by-wire) then offers further potentials for enhanced fuel economy and riding dynamics throughout a wide range of different riding modes and conditions. And last but not least in this context, the straight-six power unit featured in the Concept 6 offers long inspection intervals through the use of cup tappets controlling the engine valves.

Dynamic and powerful design in Café Racer style.
Supremacy and dynamism are also borne out clearly by the thrilling design of the Concept 6 and, as usual, this project from BMW Motorrad is more than “just” the attempt to develop a motorcycle of a kind never seen before.

Working on Concept 6, the designers at BMW Motorrad have therefore focused yet again on technical function and quality and, in particular, the emotional element bringing together man and machine. Their rule, quite simply, is that a motorcycle must not only follow the laws of functionality, but also arouse emotion in all its facets. In a nutshell, therefore, the machine must be simply thrilling.

Precisely this is why the design of the Concept 6 focuses in particular on the powerful straight-six engine as the heart of the machine. Conceived as a mixture of classic and modern styling elements in motorcycle construction, the Concept 6, with its long front end and short rear, takes up the design language of the legendary Café Racer. Powerful and muscular, the body elements extend around the power unit finished in a special platinum colour, presenting the engine almost adoringly from every angle.

Smooth and soft lines ensure fully organic integration of the power unit within the machine, while at the same time they create a powerful, exciting and dynamic contrast to the sharply contoured front and rear ends.

The so-called Split Face, a well-known design element of the latest models from BMW Motorrad, extends smoothly from the front of the fairing all along the top of the fuel tank made of carbon-fibre, again confirming the high technological standard of the Concept 6 and forming an exciting contrast to the outer shell in aluminium with its white layers. The division into three sections created by the Split Face is further accentuated at the front by the LED headlight integrated longitudinally in the machine in its rod shape and by the slender LED rear light extending far up into the seat hump.

The powerful and supreme character of the Concept 6 is also underscored by the six-chamber exhaust system complete with sidepipes and the strong presence of the intake ducts again finished in platinum look. Aerodynamic components such as the twin-tipped engine spoiler and the air guide elements derived from the design of the new S 1000 RR Supersports, on the other hand, bridge the gap between functional and clearly visible technology, on the one hand, and the soft and smooth design of other body elements, on the other.

Innovative suspension technology and equipment
The suspension of the BMW Motorrad Concept 6 is built around a light-alloy bridge frame as well as Duolever and lightweight Paralever arms holding and guiding the wheels front and rear. Seventeen-inch HP forged wheels as well as the extra-large brake system with its six-piston fixed callipers emphasise the sporting look of the new machine and its high level of technology.

The outstanding supremacy of the Concept 6 and its drivetrain is also reflected by details such as the instrument panel intentionally kept in minimalist design but nevertheless completely equipped with all the instruments and gauges required. While a digital display performs its usual function of clearly presenting road speed, there is intentionally no rev counter on account of the supreme flow of power at all speeds. So instead of a conventional rev counter, a LED display shows the rider at all times how much torque is readily available whenever required.

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BMW Concept 6 (2010) insurance informations | pictures | specs |


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BMW Concept 6 (2010) motorcycle, general information, review and specifications
- Inline-six engines have a staple in BMW’s automobiles for decades and the German manufacturer’s motorcycle division took on the challenge of adapting the straight-six to a bike without making it too long or too wide. The result is the BMW Motorrad Concept 6, and an evolution BMW says “will further expand the K-Series in the foreseeable future”. The Concept 6’s engine is about four inches slimmer than BMW’s production inline-six engines, making it just a bit wider than a large-capacity four. To keep the width down, the engine has a relatively long stroke with very small gaps between cylinders. Electrical ancillaries and their drive components are positioned behind the crankshaft and above the transmission to further minimize engine width -

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PRESS RELEASE

BMW Motorrad Concept 6.
Fascination, Supremacy and Riding Comfort with Six Cylinders.

Six-cylinder power units have always had particular appeal, offering not only supreme smoothness and refinement, but also superior power and performance as well as a truly emotional driving – or, in this case, riding – experience. A further point is that the typical sound of a straight-six almost like a turbine is absolutely incomparable, with straight-six power units at BMW having stood for fascinating engine technology in BMW cars for more than seven decades.

Looking at motorcycles, inventive engineers have also tried time and again to offer the enthusiast the thrilling concept of a straight-six power unit. But while a few engines in straight-six configuration have indeed been fitted in motor­cycles both lengthwise and crosswise, the straight-six has never really made a genuine breakthrough neither on production models nor in motorcycle racing.

Depending on the way the engine was fitted, six cylinders in-line inevitably made the engine either very long or very wide, creating disadvantages in terms of the running gear, weight distribution, and the centre of gravity. A further drawback was much higher engine weight usually setting off the benefits of extra engine power.

The BMW Concept 6 now proves that a straight-six, benefiting from the most advanced construction and production technology, may offer not only unique prestige, but also a supreme standard of riding dynamics.

The new BMW straight-six will further expand the K-Series in the foreseeable future. The first model to be introduced will be an innovative and luxurious BMW touring machine. Reflecting the tradition of the BMW K-Series, this will of course be a genuine top-of-the-line product.

Highly compact and dynamic six-cylinder.
The starting point for this dynamic introduction of the straight-six in the new Concept 6 from BMW Motorrad is of course the extremely compact form and configuration of the engine. The power unit is approximately 100 mm or 4" slimmer than all former straight-six production engines and only a bit wider than a large-capacity straight-four with conventional technology.

The reduction in width is achieved in particular by the slightly over-square bore: stroke ratio with relatively long stroke and very small gaps between cylinders. To achieve this very compact configuration with minimum width, the electrical ancillaries and their drive components are positioned behind the crankshaft in the open space above the transmission.

High-tech lightweight construction in all areas serves to make the power unit relatively light from the outset, important components in this context being the two hollow-drilled camshafts and the very light connecting rods. The perfect compensation of masses ensured by the configuration and layout of the engine avoids the need for a balance shaft and its drive elements on the new straight-six, which again means lower weight and enhanced running smoothness.

In its layout, the straight-six featured in the Concept 6 follows the well-known straight-four in the K 1300 model series, again coming with cylinders tilted to the front by 55o. This ensures not only a low centre of gravity, but also very good weight balance as an element essential above all under sporting conditions for precise feeling and clear feedback from the front. A further advantage is that the tilted engine provides extra space for the aerodynamically positioned intake manifold directly above the engine and allows ideal configuration of the frame profiles following the flow of power.

The straight-six featured in the BMW Motorrad Concept 6 comes with dry sump lubrication. Apart from greater reliability even under extreme conditions, dry sump technology serves to keep the crankcase particularly low and flat, with the engine being fitted lower down and masses concentrated around the centre of gravity. Doing without an oil sump, the engine may be positioned far lower than on a conventional layout.

The oil reservoir is provided by an oil tank integrated at the rear of the engine block. This avoids the need for a separate tank, again helping to make the entire power unit more compact and reduce weight to a minimum.

Maximum supremacy in running refinement and performance.
Designed and laid out as a straight-six, the engine also opens up new dimensions in motorcycling in terms of supremacy, power reserves, performance and running refinement.

Output of the new six-cylinder will be in approximately the same range as on BMW’s 1.3-litre straight-four power units. Torque, on the other hand, will be right at the top of the range, even in comparison with the largest motorcycle engines, such superior power and muscle coming inter alia from engine capacity of no less than 1.6 litres.

The engine’s power and performance characteristics are equally impressive, offering 130 Nm or 96 lb-ft of torque from just 2,000 rpm and at the same time revving up almost to 9,000 rpm – a dynamic potential quite unparalleled in the tourer segment. This alone qualifies the engine of the Concept 6 as the ideal power unit for a wide range of different motorcycles.

Environmental compatibility and all-round economy re-defined.
The Concept 6 shows the absolute supremacy of its six-cylinder drive system also in ecological and economic terms. Fuel consumption of this six-cylinder naturally equipped with a fully controlled catalytic converter is lower than on a comparable four-cylinder under normal touring conditions. The use of E-gas technology (ride-by-wire) then offers further potentials for enhanced fuel economy and riding dynamics throughout a wide range of different riding modes and conditions. And last but not least in this context, the straight-six power unit featured in the Concept 6 offers long inspection intervals through the use of cup tappets controlling the engine valves.

Dynamic and powerful design in Café Racer style.
Supremacy and dynamism are also borne out clearly by the thrilling design of the Concept 6 and, as usual, this project from BMW Motorrad is more than “just” the attempt to develop a motorcycle of a kind never seen before.

Working on Concept 6, the designers at BMW Motorrad have therefore focused yet again on technical function and quality and, in particular, the emotional element bringing together man and machine. Their rule, quite simply, is that a motorcycle must not only follow the laws of functionality, but also arouse emotion in all its facets. In a nutshell, therefore, the machine must be simply thrilling.

Precisely this is why the design of the Concept 6 focuses in particular on the powerful straight-six engine as the heart of the machine. Conceived as a mixture of classic and modern styling elements in motorcycle construction, the Concept 6, with its long front end and short rear, takes up the design language of the legendary Café Racer. Powerful and muscular, the body elements extend around the power unit finished in a special platinum colour, presenting the engine almost adoringly from every angle.

Smooth and soft lines ensure fully organic integration of the power unit within the machine, while at the same time they create a powerful, exciting and dynamic contrast to the sharply contoured front and rear ends.

The so-called Split Face, a well-known design element of the latest models from BMW Motorrad, extends smoothly from the front of the fairing all along the top of the fuel tank made of carbon-fibre, again confirming the high technological standard of the Concept 6 and forming an exciting contrast to the outer shell in aluminium with its white layers. The division into three sections created by the Split Face is further accentuated at the front by the LED headlight integrated longitudinally in the machine in its rod shape and by the slender LED rear light extending far up into the seat hump.

The powerful and supreme character of the Concept 6 is also underscored by the six-chamber exhaust system complete with sidepipes and the strong presence of the intake ducts again finished in platinum look. Aerodynamic components such as the twin-tipped engine spoiler and the air guide elements derived from the design of the new S 1000 RR Supersports, on the other hand, bridge the gap between functional and clearly visible technology, on the one hand, and the soft and smooth design of other body elements, on the other.

Innovative suspension technology and equipment
The suspension of the BMW Motorrad Concept 6 is built around a light-alloy bridge frame as well as Duolever and lightweight Paralever arms holding and guiding the wheels front and rear. Seventeen-inch HP forged wheels as well as the extra-large brake system with its six-piston fixed callipers emphasise the sporting look of the new machine and its high level of technology.

The outstanding supremacy of the Concept 6 and its drivetrain is also reflected by details such as the instrument panel intentionally kept in minimalist design but nevertheless completely equipped with all the instruments and gauges required. While a digital display performs its usual function of clearly presenting road speed, there is intentionally no rev counter on account of the supreme flow of power at all speeds. So instead of a conventional rev counter, a LED display shows the rider at all times how much torque is readily available whenever required.

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DERBI Terra 125 (2008) Motorcycle, general information, review and specifications
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DERBI Terra 125 (2008)
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General information

Model: Derbi Terra 125
Year: 2008
Category: Allround
Rating: 69.6 out of 100.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 124.20 ccm (7.58 cubic inches)
Engine type: Single cylinder
Stroke: 4
Bore x stroke: 58.0 x 47.0 mm (2.3 x 1.9 inches)
Ignition: Electronic CDI
Starter: Electric
Lubrication system: Dry sump with integrated oil deposit
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: Automatic
Transmission type final drive: Belt
Clutch: Multi-plate in oil bath

Physical measures
Dry weight: 117.0 kg (257.9 pounds)
Seat height: 795 mm (31.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall height: 1,260 mm (49.6 inches)
Overall width: 815 mm (32.1 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,440 mm (56.7 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Frame type: Double steel beam
Front suspension: Hydraulic fork
Rear suspension: Mono-shock with adjustable spring pre-load. 150 mm travel
Front tyre dimensions: 100/90-18
Rear tyre dimensions: 2/100-90
Front brakes: Single disc
Front brakes diameter: 300 mm (11.8 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes diameter: 220 mm (8.7 inches)

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 12.00 litres (3.17 gallons)



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Why Choose GEICO for Motorcycle Insurance?
Thought that GEICO was all about car insurance, did you? Think again! We take motorcycles as seriously as you do, and we're pleased to provide you with top-quality coverage for your bike. With GEICO, you get:

- Outstanding customer service (rated 4.7 out of 5 by our motorcycle insurance policyholders).
- Affordable premiums and flexible payment plans.
- Secure online payment and account management.
- 24-hour access to our licensed insurance professionals at 1-800-442-9253.

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Shave even more off of your premium. GEICO offers a variety of motorcycle insurance discounts to maximize your savings. Save with our many discounts if you:

- Transfer your motorcycle insurance to GEICO® Motorcycle, underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company.
- Insure more than one motorcycle.
- Renew your motorcycle policy.
- Complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation or Military Safety Course.
- Insure your car with GEICO.
- Are a mature rider.

GEICO® Motorcycle insurance is not available in Delaware, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Hampshire.


DERBI Terra 125 (2008) insurance info | specs | pictures |


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DERBI Terra 125 (2008) Motorcycle, general information, review and specifications
- The city constrains you. Look for new dimensions. Off road. The best dual-sport bike of its class, with the new Derbi 125 4-stroke 4V-engine. The answer to the impossible.Modern engines ensure high performance, reduced upkeep and respect for the environment -


DERBI Terra 125 (2008)
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General information

Model: Derbi Terra 125
Year: 2008
Category: Allround
Rating: 69.6 out of 100.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 124.20 ccm (7.58 cubic inches)
Engine type: Single cylinder
Stroke: 4
Bore x stroke: 58.0 x 47.0 mm (2.3 x 1.9 inches)
Ignition: Electronic CDI
Starter: Electric
Lubrication system: Dry sump with integrated oil deposit
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: Automatic
Transmission type final drive: Belt
Clutch: Multi-plate in oil bath

Physical measures
Dry weight: 117.0 kg (257.9 pounds)
Seat height: 795 mm (31.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall height: 1,260 mm (49.6 inches)
Overall width: 815 mm (32.1 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,440 mm (56.7 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Frame type: Double steel beam
Front suspension: Hydraulic fork
Rear suspension: Mono-shock with adjustable spring pre-load. 150 mm travel
Front tyre dimensions: 100/90-18
Rear tyre dimensions: 2/100-90
Front brakes: Single disc
Front brakes diameter: 300 mm (11.8 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes diameter: 220 mm (8.7 inches)

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 12.00 litres (3.17 gallons)



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Whether you are a hard-core motorcyclist or a weekend warrior, GEICO Motorcycle insurance gives you big protection without a big price. GEICO Motorcycle insurance, underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company, is designed to meet the needs of motorcycle owners

Before You Get Your Motor Running, Get a Motorcycle Insurance Quote
Rev up your savings with motorcycle insurance from GEICO. No matter what you own – a sport bike, cruiser, standard, touring bike, or a sweet custom ride you can turn to us for great rates and the best coverage. We even offer scooter insurance. Enjoy the freedom of the open road knowing that the gecko's got your back!

Why Choose GEICO for Motorcycle Insurance?
Thought that GEICO was all about car insurance, did you? Think again! We take motorcycles as seriously as you do, and we're pleased to provide you with top-quality coverage for your bike. With GEICO, you get:

- Outstanding customer service (rated 4.7 out of 5 by our motorcycle insurance policyholders).
- Affordable premiums and flexible payment plans.
- Secure online payment and account management.
- 24-hour access to our licensed insurance professionals at 1-800-442-9253.

Supersize Your Savings with Discounts
Shave even more off of your premium. GEICO offers a variety of motorcycle insurance discounts to maximize your savings. Save with our many discounts if you:

- Transfer your motorcycle insurance to GEICO® Motorcycle, underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company.
- Insure more than one motorcycle.
- Renew your motorcycle policy.
- Complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation or Military Safety Course.
- Insure your car with GEICO.
- Are a mature rider.

GEICO® Motorcycle insurance is not available in Delaware, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Hampshire.


DERBI GPR 125 Racing (2005)


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DERBI GPR 125 Racing (2005)
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General information

Model: Derbi GPR 125 Racing
Year: 2005
Category: Sport
Rating: 72.6 out of 100.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 124.76 ccm (7.61 cubic inches)
Engine type: Single cylinder
Stroke: 2
Compression: 12.5:1
Bore x stroke: 56.0 x 50.7 mm (2.2 x 2.0 inches)
Fuel system: Carburettor. Mikuni 28
Ignition: Electronic C.D.I.
Starter: Electric
Lubrication system: Oil pump
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: 6-speed
Clutch: Multi-disc

Physical measures
Seat height: 800 mm (31.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall width: 788 mm (31.0 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,355 mm (53.3 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Front suspension: Inverted fork.
Front suspension travel: 120 mm (4.7 inches)
Rear suspension: Monoshock
Rear suspension travel: 110 mm (4.3 inches)
Front tyre dimensions: 110/80-17
Rear tyre dimensions: 140/70-17
Front brakes: Single disc. 2-piston calipers
Front brakes diameter: 300 mm (11.8 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc. 2-piston calipers
Rear brakes diameter: 180 mm (7.1 inches)

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 13.00 litres (3.43 gallons)




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Whether you are a hard-core motorcyclist or a weekend warrior, GEICO Motorcycle insurance gives you big protection without a big price. GEICO Motorcycle insurance, underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company, is designed to meet the needs of motorcycle owners

Before You Get Your Motor Running, Get a Motorcycle Insurance Quote
Rev up your savings with motorcycle insurance from GEICO. No matter what you own – a sport bike, cruiser, standard, touring bike, or a sweet custom ride you can turn to us for great rates and the best coverage. We even offer scooter insurance. Enjoy the freedom of the open road knowing that the gecko's got your back!

Why Choose GEICO for Motorcycle Insurance?
Thought that GEICO was all about car insurance, did you? Think again! We take motorcycles as seriously as you do, and we're pleased to provide you with top-quality coverage for your bike. With GEICO, you get:

- Outstanding customer service (rated 4.7 out of 5 by our motorcycle insurance policyholders).
- Affordable premiums and flexible payment plans.
- Secure online payment and account management.
- 24-hour access to our licensed insurance professionals at 1-800-442-9253.

Supersize Your Savings with Discounts
Shave even more off of your premium. GEICO offers a variety of motorcycle insurance discounts to maximize your savings. Save with our many discounts if you:

- Transfer your motorcycle insurance to GEICO® Motorcycle, underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company.
- Insure more than one motorcycle.
- Renew your motorcycle policy.
- Complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation or Military Safety Course.
- Insure your car with GEICO.
- Are a mature rider.

GEICO® Motorcycle insurance is not available in Delaware, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Hampshire.


DERBI GPR 125 Racing (2005)


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DERBI GPR 125 Racing (2005) Motorcycle, general information, review and specifications
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DERBI GPR 125 Racing (2005)
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General information

Model: Derbi GPR 125 Racing
Year: 2005
Category: Sport
Rating: 72.6 out of 100.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 124.76 ccm (7.61 cubic inches)
Engine type: Single cylinder
Stroke: 2
Compression: 12.5:1
Bore x stroke: 56.0 x 50.7 mm (2.2 x 2.0 inches)
Fuel system: Carburettor. Mikuni 28
Ignition: Electronic C.D.I.
Starter: Electric
Lubrication system: Oil pump
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: 6-speed
Clutch: Multi-disc

Physical measures
Seat height: 800 mm (31.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall width: 788 mm (31.0 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,355 mm (53.3 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Front suspension: Inverted fork.
Front suspension travel: 120 mm (4.7 inches)
Rear suspension: Monoshock
Rear suspension travel: 110 mm (4.3 inches)
Front tyre dimensions: 110/80-17
Rear tyre dimensions: 140/70-17
Front brakes: Single disc. 2-piston calipers
Front brakes diameter: 300 mm (11.8 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc. 2-piston calipers
Rear brakes diameter: 180 mm (7.1 inches)

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 13.00 litres (3.43 gallons)




Motorcycle Insurance Informations


Whether you are a hard-core motorcyclist or a weekend warrior, GEICO Motorcycle insurance gives you big protection without a big price. GEICO Motorcycle insurance, underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company, is designed to meet the needs of motorcycle owners

Before You Get Your Motor Running, Get a Motorcycle Insurance Quote
Rev up your savings with motorcycle insurance from GEICO. No matter what you own – a sport bike, cruiser, standard, touring bike, or a sweet custom ride you can turn to us for great rates and the best coverage. We even offer scooter insurance. Enjoy the freedom of the open road knowing that the gecko's got your back!

Why Choose GEICO for Motorcycle Insurance?
Thought that GEICO was all about car insurance, did you? Think again! We take motorcycles as seriously as you do, and we're pleased to provide you with top-quality coverage for your bike. With GEICO, you get:

- Outstanding customer service (rated 4.7 out of 5 by our motorcycle insurance policyholders).
- Affordable premiums and flexible payment plans.
- Secure online payment and account management.
- 24-hour access to our licensed insurance professionals at 1-800-442-9253.

Supersize Your Savings with Discounts
Shave even more off of your premium. GEICO offers a variety of motorcycle insurance discounts to maximize your savings. Save with our many discounts if you:

- Transfer your motorcycle insurance to GEICO® Motorcycle, underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company.
- Insure more than one motorcycle.
- Renew your motorcycle policy.
- Complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation or Military Safety Course.
- Insure your car with GEICO.
- Are a mature rider.

GEICO® Motorcycle insurance is not available in Delaware, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Hampshire.


DERBI Mulhacen 659 (2005) pictures and specifications


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DERBI Mulhacen 659 (2005) Motorcycle, general information, review and specifications
- In the 70´s, ´scrambling´ erupted with force all over Europe and was present in a multitude of demonstrations. To own and enjoy one of these two-wheeled wonders was to participate in the myth of American motorcycling. With them came a philosophy of life, ´On-Road´, where basically the universe revolved around a bike -


DERBI Mulhacen 659 (2005)
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General information

Model: Derbi Mulhacen 659
Year: 2005
Category: Naked bike
Rating: 77.7 out of 100.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 659.00 ccm (40.21 cubic inches)
Engine type: Single cylinder
Stroke: 4
Power: 48.60 HP (35.5 kW)) @ 6000 RPM
Compression: 10.0:1
Bore x stroke: 100.0 x 84.0 mm (3.9 x 3.3 inches)
Ignition: Electronic C.D.I.
Starter: Electric
Lubrication system: Oil pump
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: 5-speed
Clutch: Multi-disc

Physical measures
Dry weight: 160.0 kg (352.7 pounds)
Seat height: 800 mm (31.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall width: 1,961 mm (77.2 inches)
Wheelbase: 1,370 mm (53.9 inches)

Chassis and dimensions
Front suspension: Upside-down fork.
Front suspension travel: 120 mm (4.7 inches)
Rear suspension: Progressive lateral link PLL.
Rear suspension travel: 110 mm (4.3 inches)
Front tyre dimensions: 120/80-18
Rear tyre dimensions: 150/70-18
Front brakes: Single disc
Front brakes diameter: 320 mm (12.6 inches)
Rear brakes: Single disc
Rear brakes diameter: 245 mm (9.6 inches)

Speed and acceleration
Power/weight ratio: 0.3038 HP/kg

Other specifications
Fuel capacity: 9.00 litres (2.38 gallons)




Motorcycle Insurance Informations


Whether you are a hard-core motorcyclist or a weekend warrior, GEICO Motorcycle insurance gives you big protection without a big price. GEICO Motorcycle insurance, underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company, is designed to meet the needs of motorcycle owners

Before You Get Your Motor Running, Get a Motorcycle Insurance Quote
Rev up your savings with motorcycle insurance from GEICO. No matter what you own – a sport bike, cruiser, standard, touring bike, or a sweet custom ride you can turn to us for great rates and the best coverage. We even offer scooter insurance. Enjoy the freedom of the open road knowing that the gecko's got your back!

Why Choose GEICO for Motorcycle Insurance?
Thought that GEICO was all about car insurance, did you? Think again! We take motorcycles as seriously as you do, and we're pleased to provide you with top-quality coverage for your bike. With GEICO, you get:

- Outstanding customer service (rated 4.7 out of 5 by our motorcycle insurance policyholders).
- Affordable premiums and flexible payment plans.
- Secure online payment and account management.
- 24-hour access to our licensed insurance professionals at 1-800-442-9253.

Supersize Your Savings with Discounts
Shave even more off of your premium. GEICO offers a variety of motorcycle insurance discounts to maximize your savings. Save with our many discounts if you:

- Transfer your motorcycle insurance to GEICO® Motorcycle, underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company.
- Insure more than one motorcycle.
- Renew your motorcycle policy.
- Complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation or Military Safety Course.
- Insure your car with GEICO.
- Are a mature rider.

GEICO® Motorcycle insurance is not available in Delaware, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Hampshire.