An “adventure” or “allroad” motorcycle is a type of motorcycle that is designed to handle a wide range of on- and off-road conditions. These motorcycles typically have a higher ground clearance than standard street motorcycles, along with longer suspension travel and larger wheels with more aggressive tires. They often have a more upright riding position and larger fuel tanks to support longer distance riding.

Adventure bikes are popular with riders who enjoy exploring or traveling long distances on varied terrain, from smooth highways to rough dirt roads. They are also commonly used in adventure touring, where riders take extended trips on a mix of paved and unpaved roads, sometimes covering hundreds or even thousands of miles. Some popular examples of adventure bikes include the BMW GS series, the KTM Adventure series, and the Honda Africa Twin.