Vermont and Alaska are the last two states in double-digits on this list, each with 10 motorcycle fatalities. A pretty low number for Vermont, but maybe that’s because the majority of bikers are meandering around the countryside outlined in Ken Aiken’s book Touring Vermont’s Scenic Roads. For Alaska, it’s an embarrassingly high number considering its once deadly fishing industry (35 deaths per year in 1991, 1992) enjoyed its first fatality-free season from October 2014 – September 2015.