Top 10 States for Motorcycle Theft

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2. Texas (3950 – 2007 Honda)

2007 Honda CBR1000RR

The Lone Star State ranks behind only California in its population total, so its ranking on this list is predictable. And it’s another year-round riding hotspot, so increased ridership surely accounts for more bikes and, therefore, more targets for thieves.

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  • Brett Saylor

    Because we are a bunch a drunks and we need a DUI machine

  • Scott Holbrooks

    I have an Idea about the Roketa thefts in Indiana. Normally I am only there in Feb for Dealer Expo, but this year I went over during warm weather for the MSF IRETS and MotoGP. There are SCORES of cheap scooters running around the inner city, urban environment. You do not need a tag, license, or insurance for a small scooter, they are basically considered a bicycle. Super cheap transportation! Perhaps Roketas are easy to hot wire and there is a strong dealer there pumping out a few hundred a year. It would not take many bikes to be on the top of the list and with no title/tag requirement it would be easy just to ride what you stole and not have to worry about being “hassled by the man”

    • Brett Saylor

      I cant believe i made it to to this list a year later. Damn you Indiana. Although it wasn’t a scooter it was my 09 CBR but ill give it to the boys blue getting it back the same day with minor damage

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