In this July 3, 2015 photo, a rented BMW motorcycle sits parked on a farm road in front of an Alpine view near Graun im Vinschgau, Italy. (AP Photo/Erik Schelzig)
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Even as European auto sales decline, increasing congestion and renewed interest in two-wheel transportation have helped boost deliveries of motorcycles.BMW AG sold 7.3 percent more motorbikes in the seven months through July, while its auto deliveries climbed just 0.9 percent. Automobiles, though, still far outnumber motorbikes as EU drivers last year registered 15.1 million cars, versus 1 million motorcycles and mopeds.Across Europe, sales of e-motorcycles and scooters jumped 77 percent in the first half, to 34,000 .
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