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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!
martin in CA
Great battery as far as quality and cost. Never had issues with this battery !!!Read All Reviews
William in WA
I bought two of these. One was for my DRZ and the other for my Daytona 675. Lead-acid batteries last reasonably well for me, since I ride a lot. But, I figured that for the price, the light weight and small size would be great. Any added longevity would be a bonus. They arrive mostly charged, so putting it in and firing up the DRZ was straight forward. The Daytona is a somewhat different beast. For whatever reason, the Shorai battery gets a bit flat quickly. The bike still starts, but it takes a number of attempts before the motor will spin enough to catch and fire. I have had no instances of the bike not starting, but it seems like it won't for a bit, and the battery acts like it's going flat. Once I ride the bike and put in some miles, there's no problem for a couple days. If I don't ride for more than a few days, this happens. No problems with the DRZ. So, on the one hand, these batteries are mostly reliable, but I'm not sure what will happen with the Daytona over time.Read All Reviews
Brian in VA
I installed this small battery as part of a 24 Volt starting conversion on a 2008 KTM 300XC-W. It was small and light enough to simply zip tie around the stock battery box and it protrudes slightly into the airbox as seen in the photo. The stock starting systems on these bikes is terrible and prone to problems. Converting to 24-volt starting was a lot less expensive than buying a 2014+ Bendix, crown wheel and 420-watt starter.Read All Reviews
Alberto in NY
Easy to install, light and just smart with the double connectors. Let see how it will be perform in time?. As right now looks great!!Read All Reviews