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What’s worse than a motorcycle that doesn’t run very well? How about one that doesn’t even start? A good motorcycle battery makes sure that your bike starts every time. Whether you’re a motocommuter, weekend warrior or die-hard racer, you need a reliable battery that isn’t going to leave you stranded.
Not all motorcycle batteries are created equal. There are many different types: gel, lead/acid, lithium and others. Some are completely maintenance free. Some are sealed. Some require you to add the acid yourself. Some are extremely lightweight. The key is to determine what aspects of a battery are important to you and go from there. Make sure that you read the product descriptions to give you an idea of what to expect. And the customer reviews are indispensable if you want the advice of those who have gone before.
Regardless of the type of bike you ride, you’ll find a battery for it here. We stock major battery brands, including the following:
There is a certain reassurance and security that comes from knowing you don’t have to worry about whether your battery is going to start your bike. And it is worth it. If you’re looking one of the best motorcycle battery options around, all you need to do is utilize our Parts Finder to identify the right options for your bike.
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