Motorcycle weight varies depending on things like:
- Engine size.
- Class of bike.
- Body and frame components.
- Extras and accessories.
How heavy is a motorcycle?
On average, the most common motorcycles you’ll see will typically weigh anywhere from about 300 to 600 pounds with most variance coming from the style of bike and its engine size.
Average Motorcycle Weight by Engine Size
Even within a single class of motorcycle, the size of the engine, or its cubic centimeters (CC) is going to have a big influence on the total weight of the bike.
Some rough ranges for motorcycle weight by engine size include:
- <200cc weigh 100 to 200 lbs.
- 250-300cc weigh about 350 pounds.
- 500-800cc weigh about 400 to 450 pounds.
- 900-1100cc weight about 400 to 600 pounds.
- 1200cc and up weight about 500 to 800 pounds.
Average Motorcycle Weight by Class of Bike
Average motorcycle weight can also be roughly categorized by class of bike:
- Mopeds range from about 100 to 200 pounds.
- Scooters weigh about 150 to 300 pounds.
- Cruisers and touring bikes weigh anywhere from 500 to 900 pounds.
- Enduros and dirt bikes range from about 200 to 500 pounds.
- Sport bikes range from about 300 to 500 pounds.
Harley Davidson’s larger cruiser motorcycle tend to be on the heavier side of things with bikes weighing nearly 1,000 pounds.