Disadvantages Of Bigger Size Motorcycles
It’s a privilege to ride a bigger size and bigger capacity motorcycle that not everyone can own. Riding a bigger size motorcycle, it’s fun; it’s adventurous, and mostly the feelings are great to hold power under the wrist and hearing the powerful engine grunt underneath. Whatsoever, despite having so many pros and awesomeness of bigger class bikes, here we have scratched out the disadvantages of bigger size motorcycles, and here we are going through.
Disadvantages Of Bigger Size Motorcycles
- The first and foremost disadvantages of the bigger size motorcycles are those are costly and somewhat damn costly. And no one wants to spend money on a cheap featured and cheap build bigger size motorcycle, which is just a waste. That means if anyone wants to buy a bigger size motorcycle, he/she must have to spend a sack of money and get the machine.
- Bigger size motorcycles commonly come with bigger capacity or large displacement engines, and mostly those are twin or four-cylinder engines which need more fuel to run. Thus a significant disadvantage of bigger size motorcycles is they are fuel-hungry and consume a huge amount of gas in every mile of running. Hence it’s obviously costly to roll.
- A bigger size or bigger class motorcycle is literally bigger in size, which is somewhat half a size of a standard sedan car. And you obviously know the trouble of handling a bigger size motorcycle in the city traffic, public roads, and even on the unmanned odd terrains where the rider needs to put much more effort to handle the motorcycle and keep rolling on such kind of terrain.
- Being a heavily weighted vehicle, it’s definitely an offense especially subject to two-wheelers. And bigger size motorcycles are unavoidably heavy in weight. It holds a bigger engine, bigger chassis, bigger fuel tank, and heavier wheel, brake, and suspension systems. Hence altogether, a bigger class motorcycle is heavier than smaller or middle size motorcycles which are somewhat half a weight of a car. So you can understand the drawback of a bigger size bike.
- The most admirable beauty of motorcycles is their frequent mobility to almost any type of terrain and to some extent anywhere. But the bigger size motorcycles struggle badly in such uneven situations, and the rider needs to deal with much more hassles than riding a mid-size or small size motorcycle. And the truth is that this type of motorcycle can’t be ridden everywhere.
- One of the biggest disadvantages of bigger size motorcycles is they are heavy in size and weight for what the maneuvering, handling & controlling of the motorcycles are quite lethargic and needs to spend extra effort. Thus bigger size motorcycles are not suitable for daily life commuting, busy traffic city rides, and frequent short-distance rides.
- Due to heavy size and heavyweight, the bigger size motorcycles are also not that suitable for extreme adventure rides. Though many riders in the world do adventure rides with bigger-size and heavy motorcycles, obviously they are much experienced and pro-level riders; hence you cannot consider them as an example.
- Considering the disadvantages of bigger size motorcycles, those are also not the best options for long motorcycle rides like cross-country or transcontinental rides. These types of rides obviously are much more costly due to the bike price, fuel expenses, and repair costs. Furthermore, repair is not possible everywhere, and that is much more complicated than a mid-size motorcycle. Hence, when traveling with bigger size bikes, overall expenses increases to twice or thrice.
- Bigger size motorcycles are much more complicated in technology, mechanism, and features. Hence the repair & maintenance is complicated; the cost is huge for those motorcycles. Further, without dedicated service centers featured with highly sophisticated equipment, those can’t be repaired anywhere on the road like a regular small-size or mid-size motorcycle.
- Bigger size motorcycles obviously need to put much more effort to ride, maintain, and keep rolling. The truth is that the bigger the size, the bigger the price; the bigger the feature, the bigger the hassle; and the owner knows better what is the overall pain needs to deal with to keep a lovely bigger size motorcycle; that’s it.
Published by Raihan Opu