Here's how to tell how efficient your motorcycle is, all the way back to 1934 models
No matter what car you compare them to, motorcycles are usually some of the most efficient forms of gas-powered transport around. And, now with Total Motorcycle's comprehensive fuel economy guide, you can rest assured that you've bought one of the most fuel-efficient two-wheelers available. Version 3 of the guide includes over 5,500 motorcycles dating all the way back to 1934, so if it's a fuel-sipping two-wheeler you're after, Total Motorcycle will guide there.
How's a 1964 Yamaha YG-1T Trailmaster 80 that gets 170 miles per gallon sound? Or maybe a 87-mpg rated 2008 Honda Rebel 250 CMX250C suits your tastes. We'd suggest that before you buy your next two-wheeled ride, you check out Total Motorcycle's fuel economy guide and know before you go.
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