Currently, the car market is simply crowded with various equipment. In this regard, you can buy almost any type of transport, for every taste and with almost any technical characteristics. Along with popular scooters, which are very convenient vehicles, and also have an adequate combination of price and quality, mopeds are no less popular.
History of mopeds
The word “moped” is derived from the two words “motor” and “pedal”. A moped is a vehicle equipped with an internal combustion engine, the maximum volume of which is 50 cm3, or an electric motor having a power of 250 W to 4 kW. Mopeds are both two-wheeled and three-wheeled. It is worth noting Continue reading
Its roots go back to the second half of the twentieth century, when Honda developed a multi-wheeled cross-country motorcycle. It happened in 1970. Then the modern ATV looked like a tricycle and was used exclusively for agricultural purposes. However, after ten years, the equipment acquired another, fourth wheel along with great popularity.
In Western countries, Honda’s development has become the starting point for the production of a whole family of compact motorcycle-like all-terrain vehicles – all terrain vehicles (ATV), which means all-terrain vehicles.
The ATV is highly cross-country, it is perfect for riding on rough terrain, to cope with impassability, as Continue reading
Every year, among children and adolescents, a technique such as an ATV is becoming increasingly popular. Technological progress has stepped forward so much that today it is possible to purchase such an adult toy for your child, starting from the age of three. Of course, special models are provided for young children with enhanced safety precautions.
They are low-power and do not develop high speed. However, they are an excellent technique in which a child can acquire certain skills in driving an ATV, and thereby prepare for the management of more serious models. Therefore, a teenage ATV is significantly different from a children’s one and looks more like a serious adult technique. Continue reading