What are the components and controls of a motorbike?

Motorbikes are the major crush of girls and the passion of boys. But the whole mechanism of a motorbike ends with the exterior appearance or engine. A motorbike is a machine that is user friendly with various components and controls in it. A rider controls a bike by hand, foot, signals and electrical applications. On this page, you have a guide to know common components and their description of what it does.

Hand control

You apply hand control at three places to control your motorbike.

Clutch lever: you can see the clutch lever in the front, along with the left handgrip. The Clutch lever is passed in contact with the handlebar. It works when you pull the lever towards the handgrip. With this control, you can separate power from the motor to the rear wheel.

Front brake lever: it is located along with the right-hand grip inbuilt with the handlebar. You can use your right hand to pull and apply the control of the front brake lever. This hand control results when the pressure is applied to the brake lever directly, and the braking force happens to the front wheel. This controls the motion of the bike.

Throttle: it is inbuilt with the right-hand griper. The more you twist, the throttle fuel gets delivered to the motor resulting in the RPMs from the motor. You can experience high working of throttle with the best two wheelers in India.

Foot control

You apply foot control at two places to control your motorbike

Rest brake pedal: you can find a rest break at your right side foot peg. You can apply this by pushing down with your football. It controls your rear wheel with the brake force.

Gear shifter: you can apply a gear shifter at your left foot peg by pushing up and pulling down. The lever in the gear shifter works like a ratchet. By pulling up, you increase the gear and by pulling down to bring it back down. Some of the best 200cc Bikes in India with Price and Mileage have gear levels up to 6 stages.

Electronic controls

Signal light: you can find the control buttons for the signal light at the left side of the handlebar. You can apply low beam and beam to the headlights.

Emergency kill switch: You can find this on the right aide beside the right-hand grip for most of the bike. It is used to OFF/ ON the engine at emergency times.

Start button: this control is used to start your motorbike by pushing the button beside your right handgrip.

Mechanical control

Fuel petcock: it is placed below the gas tank, and you can control the low fuel warning system.

Ignition key switch: it is found in the handlebars. By turning it on, you will allow electronic power to reset to your motorcycle.

Basic components

List of basic and important components such as:

Fuel tank, Cooling Radiator, Wheels, Brakes, Kickstand, Suspension, Exhaust, Seat, Battery, Dash cluster, Lights can be controlled by the rider

Bottom line:

Motorbikes are scientific machines, and you can use them wisely only if you learn the complete science and mechanism behind them.