Street motorcycles are motorcycles designed for being ridden on paved roads.

They have smooth tires with tread patterns and engines generally in the 125 cc and over range. Typically, street motorcycles are capable of speeds up to 160 km/h, and many of speeds in excess of 201 km/h. Street motorcycles powered by electric motors are becoming more common.

Standard motorcycles (also called naked bikes, roadsters, or simply standards) are motorcycles mainly intended for use on streets for commuting. They are characterized primarily by their upright riding position (in-between the reclining rider posture of the cruisers and the forward leaning of sport bikes) and most of the usable torque (powerband) at lower engine rpm for commuting and fuel efficiency.

Standards are typically not equipped with fairings or windscreens from the manufacturer, hence the name naked bikes. Standard is often a synonym for naked, a term that was originally used in reference to 1950s road racing bikes. Footpegs are below the rider and handlebars are high enough to not force the rider to reach too far forward, placing the shoulders above the hips in a natural position. Due to their flexibility, lower costs, moderate engine output, and up-right seating position, standards are particularly suited for beginner motorcyclists.

NMFA has already organised street rides and it’s getting more common for Armenian drivers to do time trials.


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