The inventor of the first motorcycle didn’t survive his invention. Sylvester Howard Roper created a steam driven two-wheeled contraption in 1867. It was called a “moto-cycle,” which was basically a bicycle, with the pedals on the front wheels – and a coal-powered steam engine on the back. This invention started us down the road to today’s modern cycle. Back then it could go about 30 mph.
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