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Average size of motorcycles engines in Great Britain (UK) 1994-2017

Motorcycle engine size average capacity in Great Britain between 1994 and 2017 (in cubic centimetres)

Average size of motorcycles engines in Great Britain (UK) 1994-2017 This statistic shows the average engine size of licensed motorcycles in Great Britain between 1994 and 2017 in cubic centimetres (cc). The average engine size increased from 376cc in 1994 to 577cc in 2010 and continued to increase in the years following, albeit with fluctuations in the yearly increases. This increase represents a trend in motorcycles with more powerful engines and away from the motorcycles with small engines of 1 - 50cc. In 2017, the average engine capacity of motorcycles in Great Britain was 610 cubic centimeters, and increase of ten cubic centimeters from the previous year.
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Motorcycle engine size average capacity in Great Britain between 1994 and 2017 (in cubic centimetres)

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This statistic shows the average engine size of licensed motorcycles in Great Britain between 1994 and 2017 in cubic centimetres (cc). The average engine size increased from 376cc in 1994 to 577cc in 2010 and continued to increase in the years following, albeit with fluctuations in the yearly increases. This increase represents a trend in motorcycles with more powerful engines and away from the motorcycles with small engines of 1 - 50cc. In 2017, the average engine capacity of motorcycles in Great Britain was 610 cubic centimeters, and increase of ten cubic centimeters from the previous year.
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