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These are motorcycles with a wing or wings attached. These wings keep the motorcycle aloft longer. They have lifting surfaces which actually fly the motorcycle. These wings can be in the form of a hang glider or airplane type wings, with independently controlled rudder, elevator, flaps and/or ailerons.

These wings are not to be confused with motorcycles equipped with attitude-correcting devices installed, such as elevators, that are located toward the rear of the motorcycle.

Some record categories may contain a the listing of a jump performed by a motorcycle with lifting surfaces that hold the bike and rider aloft (as distinguished from motorcycles with attitude-correcting surfaces, which are not in the winged category). Jumps made with motorcycles equipped with wings which provide lift to the entire machine will be listed as a winged record.

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