Motorcycle mechanic earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Motorcycle mechanic salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $45,480
Alabama $33,480
Arkansas $31,850
Arizona $36,442
California $45,840
Colorado $36,550
Connecticut $38,920
Florida $35,810
Georgia $39,500
Hawaii $35,930
Iowa $34,470
Idaho $35,680
Illinois $38,790
Indiana $35,170
Kansas $43,540
Kentucky $34,290
Louisiana $37,400
Massachusetts $39,300
Maryland $42,320
Maine $34,460
Michigan $33,730
Minnesota $45,740
Missouri $38,260
Mississippi $34,660
Montana $34,650
North Carolina $35,600
North Dakota $37,460
Nebraska $36,240
New Hampshire $44,440
New Jersey $39,060
New Mexico $29,170
Nevada $52,600
New York $36,650
Ohio $35,450
Oklahoma $33,740
Oregon $36,250
Pennsylvania $36,580
Rhode Island $42,370
South Carolina $32,230
South Dakota $31,690
Tennessee $35,280
Texas $36,880
Utah $36,720
Virginia $38,990
Vermont $29,190
Washington $42,780
Wisconsin $37,040
West Virginia $26,990
Wyoming $34,430

How do motorcycle mechanic salaries compare to similar careers?

Motorcycle mechanics earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than geothermal technicians but more than extraction workers.

Career Median Salary
Geothermal technician salary $40K
Automotive service technician salary $40K
Auto body repairer salary $40K
Recreational vehicle service technician salary $39K
Machine assembler salary $39K
Motorcycle mechanic salary $38K
Extraction worker salary $37K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)