The Highest Motorcycle Densities Are in Bavaria

The Highest Motorcycle Densities Are in Bavaria

In no other region of Germany are motorcycles more prevalent than in Bavaria. According to the Deutsche Presse-Agentur’s analysis of data from the Federal Motor Transport Authority, the Free State has the eleven registration districts with the highest ratio of two-wheeled motorcycles per 1,000 residents nationwide. Freyung-Grafenau in Lower Bavaria, with 116.7 motorcycles per 1,000 residents, is clearly in first place, followed by Cham in Upper Palatinate with 107.8, and Lindau on Lake Constance with 104.9. The Lake Constance region, with a value of 96.7, has the highest value outside of Bavaria.

The urban registration districts of Rostock, Schwerin, and Leipzig have the fewest motorcycles per 1,000 people, according to data from the KBA statistics, with densities of 24.8, 24.9, and 25.9, respectively.

57.2 two-wheeled motorcycles are registered nationwide for every 1000 people. By far exceeding this number and clearly outpacing the rest of Germany, Bavaria has a score of 76.2. This is followed by Baden-Württemberg with 66.3 and Saarland with 64.6. Bremen, Hamburg, and Berlin, which are city states, have the lowest numbers at 30.3, 31.6, and 32.2 respectively.


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