Easy to draw a motorcycle | How to draw a motorcycle step by step

Easy draw a motorcycle with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Simple drawing for kids and beginners.

Easy draw a motorcycle

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Start by drawing two circles. Then draw a smaller circle within each circle. These make up the wheels of the motorcycle.

Step 2

Draw another small circle inside each existing circle. These form the central shell of the motorcycle. Then, draw pairs of lines between the two inner circles, forming a pentagram. These are the spokes of the wheel.

Step 3

Draw another pair of lines extending from one of the hubcaps, erasing as necessary. Connect the lines with a curved line, then detail the part with a line parallel to its top face. This is the swingarm, the part of the rear suspension that holds the rear axle. Wrap a curved shape above the tire to form the rear fender and an irregular shape at the front of the wheel. Draw some lines across this section, representing the silencer.

Step 4

Paste a curved shape that covers part of the front tire, erasing as necessary. This is the front fender. Enclose a rounded triangle protruding from the fender. Draw another, smaller rounded triangle extending through the hook and connect them using two straight lines. This forms the fork tube or front suspension.

Step 5

Use a straight line and two curved lines to draw a curved triangle, connecting the front and rear wheels. This forms the bottom of the motorcycle body.

Step 6

Use curved lines to enclose the irregular shape of the motorcycle’s upper body. Note the “C” shaped dent near the front of the bike. Enclose a rounded triangle in the letter “C.” Extend a curved line from this shape and double it back to itself, forming the handlebars. Use a curved line to draw the remaining handlebars.

Step 7

Using curved lines to enclose three irregular shapes, complete the motorcycle body.

Step 8

Use curved lines to enclose three unusually stretched shapes, forming a subframe and a cap or saddle.

Step 9

Motorcycle details. Use curved lines to enclose the shape of the headlight and the shape along the body. Draw curved lines on the handlebars and lower body. Draw the clutch cover using nested ovals just above the silencer.

Step 10

Color your cartoon motorcycle. Then check out more fun cartoon object drawing tutorials, including race cars, trucks, trains, and rockets.

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