There are 8.4 million motorcycles in the US, and they account for about 4,614 deaths and 196,974 Nonfatal Emergency Department Visits. When you compare that there are about 400 million guns in the US, the rate of both deaths and injuries from motorcycles is astronomically higher than for guns, but there are lots of links and calculations involved so I will put it together in one link for you.
The death rate per motorcycle is 0.05% compared to 0.008% for guns (10,258 murders, 458 accidental deaths, and 23,000 suicides) — a rate that is 6.25 times higher for motorcycles.
The Nonfatal Emergency Department Visits for motorcycles is 2.34% compared to 0.0047% for guns (18,921) — a rate that is 498 times higher for motorcycles.
Given that Joe Biden and other Democrats are talking about allowing lawsuits when harm occurs from a product, you would see lawsuits at a rate that is 182 times higher for motorcycles than for guns.
The death rate for cars (0.015%) and the Nonfatal Emergency Department Visit rate (0.895%) are thus both much higher than for guns. The death rate is 1.7 times higher and the Nonfatal Emergency Department Visit rate is 189 times higher.
For bicycles, there are 47.5 million bicycles, 1,024 deaths and 306,133 Nonfatal Emergency Department Visits. The death rate from bicycles is thus a little more than 1/4th the rate for guns, but the Nonfatal Emergency Department Visit rate is 136 times higher. The rate of lawsuits for bicycles would be 3.7 times greater for bicycles than for guns.