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2010 World Superbike Season Picture 141 of 202

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Aprilia's Max Biaggi moved an impressive 68 points clear of his nearest challenger after two 20-lap races at Brno.

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Sanjeev -   April 12, 2015 01:29 PM
In sophisticated heavy weight bikes one additional feature can be added. On the rear a combustible engine that has two exhaust vents at two different directions. one at rear & the other connecting one at bottom. The bike setting should be such that willi(front wheel lift) is easy with acceleration & simultaneous clutch release. When the bike reaches speed above 100 miles per hour, the front wheel lift can be done & when the direction of the bike is of takeoff the combustible engine button should be pressed. This will jump lift the bike in air and rocket it in the direction of travel. When the bike is to be brought to the ground again the speed of the engine to be reduced which will make the bike fall down towards the ground with a velocity. Now the other (downward vent) of the combustible engine to be activated so that an upward thrust is created and the falling velocity of the bike is reduced substantially. This will make the bike come down on the ground in good control of the rider, who can normally accelerate the bike upon its touching the ground. This will be of good use to cover terrains which otherwise would have to be left or would have necessitated a diversion of route.