Over 90 percent of all cars sold in the United States have automatic transmissions, but we can't say the same for motorcycles. That’s changing now, especially with the rising popularity of “manumatic” (manual-automatic) transmissions, which you shift by simply pushing a button, instead of pulling in a clutch lever by hand and then pushing a shifter with your foot. Some riders resist automatic motorcycles, saying they remove the joy of shifting from the ride. Not us. The current level of technology is very good and bound to get better. For urban commuters or casual riders, automatic motorcycles are already a fine option. Here’s what’s out there now.