Just about every good motorcycle oil does all of these things and contains all of these additives in varying quantities and qualities. Where some oils differ substantially, though, is in the base stock, the stuff into which all the additives are blended. Mineral oil, sometimes called petroleum or dinosaur oil, starts out as crude oil pumped out of the ground. It's refined to remove contaminants, but no matter how many times it's refined, what's left is still composed of various different molecular configurations, some better suited to be used for motor oil than others. Carp about the market price of a barrel of crude all you want, but it's still relatively cheap and easy to get, so mineral-based oil puts a smaller dent in your oil-change budget.