Rainier Brewing Company (1884 – 1999) was a Seattle, Washington, company that brewed Rainier Beer, a popular brand in the Pacific Northwest. Although Rainier was founded in 1884, the Seattle site had been brewing beer since 1878. While the beer enjoys near iconic status, it is no longer brewed in Seattle, nor is the company owned locally.
A motorcycle (also called a motorbicycle, motorbike, bike, or cycle) is a single-track, two-wheeled motor vehicle powered by an engine.
Using the principle of mechanical advantage, transmissions provide a speed-torque conversion (commonly known as “gear reduction” or “speed reduction”) from a higher speed motor to a slower but more forceful output or vice-versa.