Where is a motorbike’s engine located?

A motorbike’s engine is between the two wheels, attached to the bike’s frame. Above the engine, just in front of the driver’s seat, is the fuel tank. Exhaust pipes carry waste gases from the engine to the rear of the bike.

Are motorbike engines all the same shape?

The shape of an engine depends on how many cylinders it has and how they are arranged. A v-twin engine has two cylinders in a V shape. A straight-four has four cylinders in a line.

Amazing! The biggest engine on a motorbike is a 1600 cc engine on a Yamaha superbike. The engine is as big and powerful as the engine in a family car.

What is a two-stroke engine?

A two-stroke engine is a simple petrol engine often used on small motorbikes, mopeds and scooters. Larger motorbikes have a four-stroke petrol engine. Two-stroke engines use more fuel and make more pollution.

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