Dobrý stav, vykazuje opotrebení castým používáním
The rear wheel is an important part of the motorcycle and is attached to the swingarm with a rear axle. It contributes to how the motorcycle moves and brakes. The rear wheel is driven by a chain, cardan or drive belt. While driving, the rear wheel has to endure a lot: it carries a lot of weight, has to keep grip on the road and absorbs a lot of blows. As with the front wheel, the rear wheel is equipped with important brake components to come to a stop by friction, although the rear brake is less necessary than the front. Therefore, the rear wheel has one disc, unlike the front which can have two. Often there is a rear fender or hugger mounted on the wheel to prevent splashing dirt and water and to protect the rear of your motorcycle. The size of the rear wheel is often expressed on the wheel itself.