Are you looking for motorcycle oil for your bike’s engine? Look no further than our impressive selection. We carry major brands that are known for producing motor oil specific to a motorcycle’s needs. Just take a look at a few of the names we stock:
As you can see on this page, there are many options to choose from, but you can rest assured that each one is an excellent choice that you can trust in your bike. Each has been specially formulated to produce maximum performance as efficiently as possible.
Take a look at some of the options available:
All of these are designed for the engine requirements of high-performance 4-stroke bikes. If you need 2-stroke engine oil, we have a separate page for that. If you’re looking for other types of motorcycle oil (suspension oil, fork oil, transmission oil, etc.), then check out our Oil and Chemicals page.
Of course, we have a large variety of viscosity grades available:
This is the place to get engine oil for your motorcycle. Browse our extensive selection today.
Charlie in Queensland
I have a 2007 V Star 1100 with 16,000 kms on the clock. I have had it regularly serviced by Yamaha dealers and was surprised to learn that they didn't use Yamalube oil when servicing my bike (Shell oil on my invoice). I recently serviced my bike for a long (6,000kms) trip and insisted on Yamalube engine oil. After around 5,000 kms, I began to notice the gearchange becoming harsher/raspy and more clunky in all gears, not just going into first. The only difference this time was the use of Yamalube engine/trans oil. Could it be that Yamalube begins to break down earlier than other brands?Read All Reviews
Justin in NY
Used in my 2012 KFX450R with a z-start pro rekluse. No slip, great performance so far.Read All Reviews