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This chapter presents the driving cycles used for the certification of motorcycles, which are all of the chassis-dynamometer type. European/UNECE (R40 and R47), American (FTP-72), Indian (IDC) and worldwide (WMTC) cycles are presented, with graphic illustration of the speed/acceleration profiles together with a historical overview. A summary of the main technical specifications is provided as well, along with detailed comparisons between the cycles, and results from real light-vehicles operation.
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