Ok, you have a bit of a special case since you're talking about motorcycles and not cars, and there's some big differences there. Having to stop every 200 miles is one of them; normal cars go a lot farther than that. However, I would think that the recharge time on an electric bike should be shorter, since the battery capacity is quite a bit smaller than, say, a Tesla Model S. I guess we'll see when electric bikes actually hit the market in a signficant way.
Yes, 2-3 trips a year is rare, in the sense that the majority of the time during that year, you're *not* on a trip. You spend most of your time at home or work presumably, not on a trip. So use one vehicle for the trips, and use an EV for commuting. Or (for car drivers) rent a car for the trip. 2-3 trips a year is not uncommon for most people I'd think, but the point is, the vast majority of most peoples' driving is not long-distance trips, but rather short-distance commuting every weekday. This is what EVs are good at. And since most families have multiple vehicles, it's not a hardship for one of them (the commuter car) to be an EV, and one to be a gas car. Of, if they only have one car (perhaps a single person), it could very well be more economical to have only an EV and then rent a car for the trips. A lot of people already do this, without the EV, solely to avoid putting all those miles on their primary car.