Types of Motorcycles
A motorcycle sport involves racing motorcycles as teams or individuals around a circular track. At the elite level, it is in the form of MotoGP racing. Also known as Moto racing and Bike racing.
The motorcycles have one gear and no brakes, and race around a circular track. Also commonly known as just ‘speedway’.
A version of a motorcycle speedway, but taking place on longer tracks at much higher speeds.
Riders and a passenger compete in custom-built vehicles.
Dirt track sidecar racing
Rally Racing (motorbike)
A navigation event on motorbikes on public roads whereby competitors must visit a number of checkpoints in diverse locations while still obeying road traffic laws.
A Japanese motorcycle speedway competition which is held on tarmac tracks, predominantly a gambling sport.
Similar to Speedway Racing, though using a motorbike developed specifically for racing on ice. The bikes race anti-clockwise around oval tracks between 260 and 425 meters in length.
In various vehicle classes which include motorcycles, competitors attempt to create the fastest time over a fixed distance. Two runs are required in opposite directions within one hour to set a new mark.
Motorsport where teams of two or four race for long distances.
Automobiles or motorcycles race down a straight track at hectic speeds.