2001 Motorcycle Fuel Economy Guide

A guide to motorcycle gas mileage (MPG and L/100km) and efficiency

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2001 Motorcycle MPG Fuel Economy Guide
World Changing Event: September 11, 2001 – September 11th or 9/11 was a series of four coordinated suicide attacks by al-Qaeda upon the United States. On that morning, 19 al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial passenger jet airliners intentionally crashing two of the airliners into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City killing everyone on board and thousands of those working in the buildings. Within hours, World Trade Centre I, II and VII fell to become the only steel sky scrapers in the world to ever collapse due to fire. A third airliner was crashed into the Pentagon while the fourth plane crashed in a field near Shanksville in rural Pennsylvania. Almost 3,000 people were killed in total and the attacks had a significant economic impact on United States and world markets. Thousands of tons of toxic debris resulting from the collapse of the Twin Towers contained more than 2,500 contaminants which led to debilitating illnesses among rescue and recovery workers. The Department of Homeland Security was created to coordinate domestic anti-terrorism efforts. The Patriot Act was implemented giving the federal government greater powers including the authority to detain foreign terror suspects for a week without charge, the ability to monitor telephone communications, e-mail and internet use by terror suspects and to prosecute suspected terrorists without time restrictions. Conspiracy theories about the 9/11 attacks spawned a resurgence of interest in government affairs around the globe.



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Year
Manufacturer
Model
Engine Size (cc) /Cyl
Average MPG
Average L/100km
Source
BMW
F650GS
652 / 1
63.0 MPG
3.7 L/100km
BMW
F650GS
652 / 1
63.0 MPG
3.7 L/100km
BMW
K1200GT
44.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
BMW
K1200LT
44.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
BMW
K1200RS
44.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
BMW
R1100R
45.0 MPG
5.2 L/100km
BMW
R1100RS
45.0 MPG
5.2 L/100km
BMW
R1100RT
45.0 MPG
5.2 L/100km
BMW
R1100S
45.0 MPG
5.2 L/100km
BMW
R850C
46.0 MPG
5.1 L/100km
BMW
R850GS
46.0 MPG
5.1 L/100km
BMW
R850R
46.0 MPG
5.1 L/100km
Ducati
Monster 600
45.0 MPG
5.2 L/100km
Ducati
Monster 902
38.5 MPG
6.1 L/100km
Ducati
Monster S4 916
38.5 MPG
6.1 L/100km
Ducati
SS750 Supersport
40.5 MPG
5.8 L/100km
Ducati
SS900 Supersport
42.5 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Ducati
ST2 950
42.5 MPG
5.5 L/100km
Ducati
ST4 1000
38.5 MPG
6.1 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FLHR Road King
40.5 MPG
5.8 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FLHRCI Road King Classic
44.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FLHRI Road King
44.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FLHT Electra Glide Standard
41.5 MPG
5.7 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FLHTC Electra Glide Classic
41.5 MPG
5.7 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FLHTCI Electra Glide Classic
44.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FLHTI Electra Glide Standard
41.5 MPG
5.7 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FLTCHU Classic Electra Glide
44.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FLTR Road Glide
41.5 MPG
5.7 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FLTRI Road Glide
45.0 MPG
5.2 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
FXDXT (T-Sport)
1450/2
40.5 MPG
5.4 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
XL1200
47.0 MPG
5.0 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
XLH1200
47.0 MPG
5.0 L/100km
Harley-Davidson
XLH898
51.5 MPG
4.6 L/100km
Honda
CB599 / CB600 Hornet
53.5 MPG
4.4 L/100km
Honda
CBR600F4i
49.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km
Honda
CBR600F4i
599/4
45.0 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Honda
CMX 250 (Rebel)
233/2
60.0 MPG
3.9 L/100km
Honda
CMX250C Rebel 250
61.5 MPG
3.8 L/100km
Honda
Goldwing 1500CF Insterstate
48.0 MPG
4.9 L/100km
Honda
Goldwing GL1500C
48.0 MPG
4.9 L/100km
Honda
Goldwing GL1800
45.0 MPG
5.2 L/100km
Honda
Nighthawk 750
750/4
44.5 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Honda
RC51
1000/2
33.0 MPG
7.1 L/100km
Honda
ST1100 /ST1100A
48.0 MPG
4.9 L/100km
Honda
Valkyrie 1500
48.0 MPG
4.9 L/100km
Honda
VT1100C Shadow Spirit
47.0 MPG
5.0 L/100km
Honda
VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre 1100
49.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km
Honda
VT1100C3 Shadow Aero 1103
49.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km
Honda
VT750C Shadow ACE
53.5 MPG
4.4 L/100km
Honda
VT750DC Shadow Spirit
52.5 MPG
4.8 L/100km
Honda
XL500
49.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km
Honda
XL650
48.0 MPG
4.9 L/100km
Honda
XR100R
73.5 MPG
3.2 L/100km
Honda
XR200R
63.5 MPG
3.7 L/100km
Honda
XR400R
52.5 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Honda
XR500
49.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km
Honda
XR50R
74.5 MPG
3.2 L/100km
Honda
XR650
48.0 MPG
4.9 L/100km
Honda
XR650L
48.0 MPG
4.9 L/100km
Honda
XR650R
48.0 MPG
4.9 L/100km
Honda
XR70R
67.0 MPG
3.5 L/100km
Honda
XR80R
74.5 MPG
3.2 L/100km
Kawasaki
Concours GTR1000
49.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km
Kawasaki
KE100
73.5 MPG
3.2 L/100km
Kawasaki
KLR250
80.0 MPG
2.9 L/100km
Kawasaki
KLR650
58.0 MPG
4.1 L/100km
Kawasaki
KLX300
79.0 MPG
3.0 L/100km
Kawasaki
Ninja 250R EN250
77.5 MPG
3.0 L/100km
Kawasaki
Ninja 500R
56.0 MPG
4.2 L/100km
Kawasaki
Ninja ZX-11
38.5 MPG
6.1 L/100km
Kawasaki
Ninja ZX12R
40.5 MPG
5.8 L/100km
Kawasaki
Ninja ZX-12R
41.0 MPG
5.7 L/100km
Kawasaki
Ninja ZX6R
49.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km
Kawasaki
Ninja ZX-6R
55.0 MPG
4.3 L/100km
Kawasaki
Ninja ZX900 ZX-9R
41.5 MPG
5.7 L/100km
Kawasaki
Vulan 800 Classic VN800B
53.5 MPG
4.4 L/100km
Kawasaki
Vulan 800 VN800
51.5 MPG
4.6 L/100km
Kawasaki
Vulcan 1500 Classic
52.5 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Kawasaki
Vulcan 1500R Drifter
45.0 MPG
5.2 L/100km
Kawasaki
Vulcan 750 VN750
53.5 MPG
4.4 L/100km
Kawasaki
Vulcan 800
805 /2
44.8 MPG
5.3 L/100km
Kawasaki
Vulcan 800 Drifter VN800E
53.5 MPG
4.4 L/100km
Kawasaki
Vulcan Drifter 1500 FI
52.5 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Kawasaki
Vulcan Nomad 1500
52.5 MPG
4.5 L/100km
Kawasaki
Z1000
42.0 MPG
5.6 L/100km
Kawasaki
ZG1000 Concours
998 / 4
37.5 MPG
6.3 L/100km
Kawasaki
ZX-6
49.5 MPG
4.7 L/100km
Kawasaki
ZZR600
46.0 MPG
5.1 L/100km

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