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Red Sidecar Motorcycle Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Ready for a motorcycle ride? Jump in the sidecar and let's'go! If you don't already know, Aa sidecar motorcycle is a three-wheeled vehicle with the side wheel not directly aligned with the rear motorcycle wheel, and is usually powered by the rear wheel only. A sidecar makes the bike asymmetrical. In right turns, they can tip over if curves are taken too fast. Although sidecars have become much less common since the mid-1950s, a number of manufacturers worldwide have continued to produce sidecars for many popular motorcycles and scooters.

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