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Looking for a new dual sport battery? We carry premium options that won’t just keep your bike powered, they might just make it feel like a whole new motorcycle. Whether you are on a cross country journey and need plenty of power for riding at night or just want to ensure your bike always starts, you’ll find the ideal solution right here.
We want to make shopping for a new dual sport battery as painless as possible. That’s why you can use our Parts Finder to identify exactly which batteries will work for your bike. In most cases, we have several options available, including key brands like these:
However, we don’t just differentiate our selection with a variety of brands; we also have several different types of batteries to best meet your needs and requirements. Here are a few things to consider when buying a new battery for your dual sport bike:
Whether you want an upgrade that offers lighter weight and more power or just want to replace an old battery, we’ve got something here for you. Take a look at our dual sport batteries today!
Tamatha in Illinois
I purchased this battery for my 2005 Triumph Bonneville last year early in the season and this year when I went to get the bike ready for the season after charging the battery for 2 days on the trickle charger the battery was dead. The battery was brought in for the winter season and I wasn't happy. Needless to say I am happy for the 2 year warranty because I called up the dealership I purchased the battery from and they replaced it at $0 cost to me. I am a happy camper now lets see what happens next year....Read All Reviews
MATTHEW in CA
Installed the 4 cell on a DR200SE and shaved nearly 5lbs off this very heavy bike. Noticed no loss in performance over stock even on cold mornings. Held a charge despite being unused and not using a trickle charger for several weeks. I'll definitely be upgrading my other bikes' batteries to Ballistics as they wear out. Got one for my KTM 450EXC about the time that I sold the DR. Had it about 6 months before it started dying after a few starts. I kept it on a quality tender whenever I wasn't going to be riding for a few days. Finally got so bad that it would only start right after coming off the tender. Voltage confirmed my suspicions - 13~V on tender, take it off, in 2 hours its down to 12V, next morning, 11V... Love the weight but not for a battery that costs 2x as much and lasts half as long.Read All Reviews