Step 6: Inside the front tire, draw a smaller circle for the tire's inner edge. Don't overlap the fender. Follow the curvature of the initial circle. The farther away these circles are, the fatter the tire will be. Draw three lines that radiate from the axle for the tire's spokes.
Step 7: Above the side fairing, draw a small cylindrical shape for the first part of the motorcycle's handlebar grip. The handlebar grip should slope. At the top, draw a small circle for the base. To the left, draw a small rectangular shape to finish the motorbike's handlebar.
Step 8: Above the front tire, draw a shape that has a pointy tip on the left side for the front fairing. Above the front fairing, draw a small, diamond-like shape for the motorcycle's windshield. Inside the front fairing, draw a smaller, diamond-like shape for the headlight.
Step 9: At the bottom, draw a long, horizontal line for the first part of the motorcycle's lower fairing. At the top, draw an angled line to close off the shape. The shape should be similar to a triangle and rectangle fused together.
Step 10: Starting on the right side of the lower fairing, draw two long, sloping lines for the motorcycle's exhaust pipe / muffler. The muffler should overlap a big portion of the top part of the back tire.