June Powered Two-Wheeler Registration Figures
June registration figures for motorcycles, scooters, and other L-category vehicles have today been released by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA). As forecast, June registrations are 15.7% down on the same month in 2021.
Year to date motorcycle registrations remain positive at 11.1%, with the adventure segment continuing a strong year at 15.2% year on year growth. Adventure motorcycling is growing in popularity which comes as no surprise when you consider the MCIA document ‘The Journey’ which details the many physical and mental health benefits of riding.
The electric market sees another incredible month of registrations, occupying 6% of the total market, with year-to-date registrations surpassing 37.1% growth. MCIA & Zemo Partnership's PLV Action Plan "Realising the Full Potential of Zero Emission Powered Light Vehicles" champions using the right vehicle for the right journey, this sector will naturally only continue to grow as we move towards the phase out of the manufacture of internal combustion engine (ICE) motorcycles.
Tony Campbell, CEO of MCIA said, “Against the backdrop of a cost-of-living crisis it’s encouraging to see year-to-date registrations remain positive from both an industry and user perspective – as we know riding provides great mental health benefits as well as easing pressure on the pocket.
With details of the Government’s phase out plan expected imminently, MCIA will be working closely with Officials and members to ensure a full and thorough response for the industry”.
More details about June registration figures can be found here.
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