Motorcycle Mechanic Salary

motorcycle-mechanic-salary-chart.jpgMotorcycle Mechanics are professionals who diagnose, repair, adjust or overhaul motorcycles, mopeds, scooters, dirt bikes or other 2-wheeler motorized vehicles. Motorcycles wear and tear with usage and mechanics are required to perform repairs.

Salary

The average annual salary of a motorcycle mechanic is $34,910. The income varies from one mechanic to another based on the level of skills, education and experience. The top 10 percent earn at least $51,650, while the bottom 10% earns less than $21,030.

Motorcycle mechanics find employment at motorcycle dealers. Also, quite a few motorcycle mechanics find job at private automobile repair shops. Motorcycle mechanics also find employment in transportation and equipment manufacturing companies.

Job Outlook

The employment rate is expected to increase by 6 percent from 2012 to 2022, which is slower than the average for all occupations.

Motorcycle Mechanic Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $23,130 $33,340 $55,190 $36,050
Arizona $23,320 $34,630 $53,990 $35,910
Arkansas $21,340 $30,050 $40,090 $30,260
California $20,890 $37,600 $59,850 $39,120
Colorado $21,400 $31,900 $48,390 $34,520
Connecticut $22,580 $37,000 $51,520 $36,590
Delaware $25,600 $43,380 $57,790 $41,770
Florida $19,960 $35,150 $52,490 $35,970
Georgia $20,860 $34,960 $58,420 $37,450
Hawaii $31,990 $37,790 $64,720 $42,440
Idaho $18,230 $37,580 $54,020 $36,800
Illinois $21,620 $33,940 $46,200 $34,240
Indiana $21,510 $30,230 $39,480 $30,470
Iowa $18,310 $30,460 $45,370 $31,170
Kansas $20,320 $29,550 $44,170 $31,070
Kentucky $19,840 $28,610 $43,340 $30,360
Louisiana $22,070 $33,580 $44,350 $33,630
Maine $20,110 $26,800 $38,230 $27,860
Maryland $23,000 $36,810 $61,810 $40,390
Massachusetts $31,300 $44,480 $56,380 $43,650
Michigan $19,970 $29,750 $41,770 $31,070
Minnesota $24,720 $33,710 $47,080 $34,350
Mississippi $20,570 $30,780 $39,540 $30,660
Missouri $18,680 $30,240 $46,500 $31,980
Montana $22,420 $34,020 $44,600 $33,490
Nebraska $19,640 $30,420 $44,870 $31,670
Nevada $19,310 $38,020 $49,410 $37,370
New Hampshire $23,410 $35,490 $57,250 $37,670
New Jersey $24,480 $38,660 $47,870 $37,390
New Mexico $18,740 $26,400 $39,760 $27,720
New York $24,950 $34,150 $56,070 $36,980
North Carolina $19,170 $29,110 $45,640 $31,390
North Dakota $25,610 $35,870 $47,350 $36,200
Ohio $19,420 $27,800 $37,770 $28,800
Oklahoma $20,560 $28,590 $46,360 $32,240
Oregon $26,070 $35,600 $53,990 $37,520
Pennsylvania $21,770 $34,010 $46,490 $34,110
South Carolina $17,420 $28,540 $45,940 $30,400
South Dakota $24,940 $29,520 $42,180 $31,980
Tennessee $20,840 $31,740 $43,670 $31,250
Texas $21,510 $32,020 $65,040 $38,620
Utah $18,200 $31,930 $56,620 $34,690
Vermont $26,740 $34,070 $41,360 $33,910
Virginia $21,350 $35,560 $57,140 $37,490
Washington $26,950 $39,430 $53,990 $39,450
West Virginia $17,900 $25,830 $37,620 $26,820
Wisconsin $20,480 $33,410 $47,500 $34,370
Wyoming $19,810 $32,230 $46,200 $33,050