Motorcycle sales stayed flat in 2011 with a 0.3% increase while off-highway vehicle sales continue to plummet, according to figures released by the Motorcycle Industry Council.
ATV sales saw a 13.5% drop in 2011 to 222,032 units compared to the 256,750 units sold in 2010. Off-highway motorcycles saw a similar 13.5% decrease, with manufacturers reporting sales of 70,057 units compared to 80,962 units sold in 2010.
Dual-sports and scooters however continue to rise, at a rate of 14.2% and 11.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, street bike sales saw a moderate 1.8% increase.
|2011 US Sales Figures from the Motorcycle Industry Council|
|*ATV sales figures do not include side-by-side sales|
US Motorcycle Sales First Half 2011 Results