Cabin motorcycle

"Cabin cycle" redirects here. For enclosed human-powered vehicles, see Velomobile.
For small non-tilting motor vehicles, see auto rickshaw, cyclecar, and microcar.

A cabin motorcycle is a fully- or semi-enclosed motorcycle.[1] They first appeared in the 1920s.[1] In parts of Eastern Europe, they are known as dalniks.

Fully-enclosed non-production motorcycles used for land-speed record-breaking attempts, such as the NSU Delphin III, are known as streamliners.

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