Hard to say...large collections usually have "dealer" plates so it wouldn't even come up. I know with TO there has to be 20-30 bikes but all are race bikes. I think Rob only has one registered street bike.10% of all the bikes in the USA are in Calif. and almost 7% in Fla.Those are the states to look for bikes. Geeto, how many of those bikes are owned by riders with multiple bikes skewing the numbers even more.
And Texas looks to be about 3rd. But i think most people would guess that the states with more people have more bikes. Ny gets a pass because almost half its population is jammed into 1 city. Whats more interesting is the per capita stat or even a per area stat as I suggested earlier and what the correlations are if any. For example if california was the leader in the per capita stat, then things get interesting (i.e. lane splitting laws)10% of all the bikes in the USA are in Calif. and almost 7% in Fla.Those are the states to look for bikes. Geeto, how many of those bikes are owned by riders with multiple bikes skewing the numbers even more.
I've ridden in both. Your bike better have awesome suspension if you're riding in either. My Hayabusa didn't and I broke my aluminum subframe in Portland.ok. lets take 2 states with almost the same pop. Maine and NH. why do you think ME has 30,000 less bikes? same weather, both rural.