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A motorcycle is a single-track two-wheeled motor vehicle. It is also known as a motorbike.
Motorcycle may also refer to:
- Motor Cycle (magazine), a UK publication from 1962, previously named The Motor Cycle
- Motor Cycle Weekly (magazine), a UK publication from 1977, previously named Motor Cycle and The Motor Cycle
- Motorcycle Mechanics (magazine), a UK publication from 1959
- Electric motorcycles and scooters, vehicles with two or three wheels that use electric motors to attain locomotion
- Moped, a class of low-powered motorized vehicles, generally with two wheels
- Motorized bicycle, a bicycle with an attached motor used to assist with pedalling
- Motorized scooter, a vehicle consisting of a footboard mounted on two wheels and a long steering handle, propelled by a small motor
- Motorized tricycle, similar to a motorcycle, but with three wheels
- Motor scooter, a two-wheeled motorized vehicle with a step-through frame
- Motorcycles (film), a 1949 Czech film
- David Mann (artist), a painter of biker culture
- Gabriel & Dresden's trance act formed by the duo and Jes Brieden
- Motorcycle, a song by the Devonshire band The Rumble Strips
- MotorCycle, a 1993 album by rock band Daniel Amos
- Motor-Cycle (album) an album by Lotti Golden on Atlantic Records
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