Top five cities in the US where people ride motorcycles to workMarch 29, 2019
What percentage of the population of any city goes to work on a motorcycle? We know for sure that the lion’s share of people prefer either a car or public transport. Of course, there are motorcyclists, but they are extremely few in the general background.
Unfortunately, at the state level, almost no one collects such statistics even in countries such as the United States, where they are obsessed with collecting statistics.
A motorcycle rental company in New York conducted a study and published a list of five cities in which the percentage of people driving to work on a motorcycle is the largest! To everyone’s surprise, Silverdale in Washington state turned out to be such a city. 0.88% of the population goes to work on a motorcycle, that is only 1,073 people, which is also negligible.
So, the full list:
Silverdale, Washington (0.88%, 1073 people)
Gainesville, FL (0.87%, 1079 people)
Honolulu, Hawaii (0.82%, 4079 people)
Sierra Vista-Douglas, Arizona (0.72%, 334 people)
Tucson, Arizona (0.58%, 2481 people)
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