The average motorcycle gets 35-40 miles per gallon. Some can even pull off 60mpg or greater, depending on the engine and the fuel type. That's far better than what most cars get. So what's the point in trying to increase your motorcycle's fuel efficiency?
I found this quote on a motorcycle bulletin board. It nicely sums up why motorcycle fuel efficiency is important.
"Saving .2 gal could save a 6 mile walk, and I had plenty of time to contemplate such things."
As you can see, learning tricks to reduce your fuel efficiency can increase your getting-there efficiency. There are also obvious environmental benefits.
Here are some tips...