A motorcycle is a two-wheeled motor vehicle, the derelict remains of which litter the wastelands.
An open-seated, two-wheeled vehicle propelled by an engine, resembling but heavier and larger than a bicycle, often having two saddles. Used to convey people from place to place, these vehicles are often called a motorbike, bike, or cycle. Before the Great War, motorcycles had varied designs to suit a wide range of different purposes, from long-distance travel, commuting, cruising, sporting, racing, and off-road riding.
The Chopper is a type of custom motorcycle which was modified with steering angles and lengthened forks for a stretched-out appearance.
A common type of motorcycle driven before the Great War.
The Lone Wanderer brand motorcycle was advertised before the war with the slogan "Leave work behind." They were marketed to middle-class Americans, looking for an escape from the dreary monotony of everyday life in the United States. It was sold on the market as early as 2072.
Specially designed for off-road events or driving on surfaces that are not conventionally paved. When compared to road-going motorcycles, the dirt bike is smaller, with a higher seat and ground clearance. The small recreational vehicle has smaller wheels that are lifted away from the frame, no pegs, and two hand brakes.
MX-1000E jet bike
This kind of motorcycle has some sort of jet. When acquiring the key, it is warm to the touch.
- Hub City Auto Wreckers terminal entries; Hub City Terminal, Picking yard manifest
- Jet bike key