OEMModelFeb ’21 SalesFeb ’20 SalesYoY Growth
Royal Enfield650 Twins2842080-86%
KawasakiNinja 6504818167%
TriumphTiger 90039
KawasakiNinja 1000SX3235-9%
HondaAfrica Twin172750%
KawasakiVersys 65016
KawasakiVulcan S13128%
Harley-DavidsonLow Rider S7
KawasakiVersys 100071600%
Harley-DavidsonForty-Eight Special616-63%
Some Harley models have made it back to the list

Royal Enfield’s 650 twins led sales in February 2021 in the performance bike segment, like in January and numerous months prior to that.

However, despite being on top of the sales chart, both 650cc motorcycles could only find 284 takers this past month, which is much less than the figures they record every month.

The bikemaker had only recently launched the 2021 model year Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 and hopefully, this should get sales of the models back up.

With 61 unit sales, the Kawasaki Z900 occupies the second position in the February 2021 performance bike sales chart, followed by the Ninja 650 that was ridden home by 48 individuals.

Fourth placed Triumph Tiger 900 sold 39 times over in February and it is not clear if the sales of the Tiger 850 Sport, which costs considerably less than the Tiger 900, is mixed with this figure. We reckon, that might well be the case.

Kawasaki’s Ninja 1000SX occupies the fifth position (32 units) in the performance bike sales chart for February, while the Honda Africa Twin (17 units) comes next.

Seventh spot in the list is occupied by both Kawasaki Versys 650 and Z650, for they found 16 takers each, followed by the Vulcan S, also from Kawasaki, which recorded 13 unit sales.

The ninth spot in the list is occupied by both Harley-Davidson Low Rider S and Kawasaki Versys 1000 with them finding 7 buyers each, while the final place went to the Forty-Eight Special from Harley with 6 units to its name.

Performance Bike Sales February 2021
The Ninja 650 is continuing to do better in terms of sales