出典: フリー百科事典『ウィキペディア（Wikipedia）』 (2019/03/01 03:26 UTC 版)
ネイキッド(英: naked bike)とはオートバイの1ジャンルのひとつで、カウルを装備していないオートバイのことを指す。カウルが装着されたオートバイに対して旧来のオートバイを区別するためのレトロニムである。NKと略される場合もある。「裸」、「剥き出し」、「ありのまま」の意味を持つ英単語"naked"に由来する。ただし、ハーフカウルやビキニカウルを装着して派生したモデルもネイキッドと呼ぶ場合がある。呼び方は各国によってまちまちで、"naked"に相当する各国語の言葉で呼ぶ場合や、"standard"（スタンダード）あるいは"roadster"（ロードスター）と呼ばれる場合もある。
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