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Comparison between Dirt bikes and Street bikesMost people believe street bikes are very similar to dirt bikes I am here however to clear up that false conclusion One major factor is even in the name Dirt bikes are for off road uses only were as street bikes are only for use on asphalt or streetsStreet bikes such as Honda CBR600 are extremely fast There engine size is fairly small by street bike standards but this size is made up for in the lack of weight increasing its horsepower and acceleration Street bikes are more valued for lightweight and quick acceleration rather than suspension so much Not to say that suspension is not important but there is not as much focus on that besides braking weight and power Dirt bikes such as say a KX250 are not very durable These types of bikes are designed to take a lot of abuse This abuse of the bike either comes from landing off a jump or in dealing with rugged terrain The focus in racing dirt bikes is suspension setup and weather if you have enough power to clear jumps Weight is very important in dirt bikes as well this of course the lighter you are the faster you have to go with less powerBoth of these bikes have similar characteristics but there are some very distinct differences Street bikes tend to have more than one cylinder were as dirt bikes only have one cylinder Street bikes are faster in a straight line of course but if the race were to go off road the roles would be reversed Dirt bikes have more technology focused on suspension since that is what keeps the riders on these bikes and not falling off on every These bikes are very enjoyable more of an adrenalin rush for people but this is better than shooting up drugs for a rush People think both are dangerous they may be right but there is
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