Motorcycle Thefts Post Increase in 2016

Thefts up 2 percent from 2015

NICB Motorcycle TheftReport Infographic 2016

NICB Motorcycle TheftReport Infographic 2016 (jpg)

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) today released a report on motorcycle thefts in the United States for 2016. A total of 46,467 motorcycles were reported stolen in 2016 compared with 45,555 reported stolen in 2015—an increase of 2 percent.

Although 2016 delivered another slight increase in motorcycle thefts, motorcycle thefts are down considerably since 2006. They have dropped from 66,774 in 2006 to 46,467 in 2016—a decline of 30 percent. 

To read the full media release: https://www.nicb.org/newsroom/news-releases/motorcycle-thefts-post-increase-in-2016

To read the full report: https://www.nicb.org/File%20Library/Public%20Affairs/2016-Motorcycle-Theft-ForeCAST.pdf

To view the infographic: https://www.nicb.org/File%20Library/Public%20Affairs/MotorcycleTheftReportInfographic2016--Final-51117-web.jpg