Bikes vs. Cars
Lots of people find it hard to differ a bike from a car. They normally choose the car and ignore the bike. Today in our country people are too lazy to see their similarities and just choose the one that’s easier to drive. Although they are similar by giving you transportation, they definitely have a large amount of differences too.
Bikes are made and bought in a lot of different styles, sizes, and colors. Bikes have two wheels and are powered by physical labor from the driver. Some people use them strictly for exercise to get a workout. They are mostly used during the spring, summer, and fall. Some bikes tend to be very light in weight, which make them pretty manageable to transport across states or long distance car trips. They have many different styles including road bikes, mountain bikes, BMX bikes, little kids bikes, and even electric powered bikes along with many different colors. Some bikes have racing handlebars while other bikes have regular straight handlebars.
Cars also have many different styles, sizes, and colors, including a bunch of different models for each brand. Cars are a very quick and easy way of transportation; they also can have very high price tags. They are able to be driven year around depending where you live. There are some car models that can hold lots of people around 7 to 8, which makes them a lot more efficient when traveling far away. Some cars can have TVs, radios, and even voice command navigation. Cars do come in many different styles, sizes, and colors, but generally I see mid size sedans and crossover SUVs that are small but have 4 wheel drive. Usually they are gray, black, and tan.
Bikes and cars have the same job getting someone to their desired destination. They both supply transportation. Bikes and cars need to have a given power source to turn the tires. Both of these use the same mechanics like tires and rims, disc brakes, and even odometers. They can also be bought custom to buyer’s...
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