emphasize speed, acceleration, braking, and cornering on paved roads, typically at the expense of comfort and
fuel economy in comparison to less specialized motorcycles. Because of this, there are certain design elements
that most motorcycles of this type will share.
Sport bikes have comparatively high performance engines resting inside a lightweight frame.
Inline-four engines dominate the sport bike category, with V-twins having a significant presence, and nearly
every other engine configuration appearing in small numbers at one time or another. The combination of these
elements helps maintain structural integrity and chassis rigidity.
Most sport bikes have fairings, often completely enclosing the engine, and windscreens that
effectively deflect the air at very high speeds, or at least reduce overall drag. Sport bikes have high foot
pegs that position the legs closer to the body to improve ground clearance when cornering, and a long reach to
the hand controls, which positions the body and center of gravity forward, above the fuel tank. The rider leans
forward into the wind, the force of which can comfortably support the rider's weight at speeds near 100 mph
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