You are viewing a combination of machine-specific and universal parts. Please choose a machine to display parts specific to your machine or select a part below.
User Tip: If you're unsure of your vehicle type, you may skip the machine type selection box.
Mastering overall maintenance on a motorcycle is a big task, but filter maintenance doesn’t have to be. Cleaning an existing filter or swapping it out for a new one is an easy way to help keep your bike in top-notch condition. Whether you ride a cruiser, sport bike, or café, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has the best selection of motorcycle filters for your bike.
Air filters and oil filters – both exist to protect the engine. Air filters work to purify the air flowing into the bike, catching any particles that could enter the engine. The oil filter works the same way, but sifts through the oil instead, catching any residue that may have gotten into the case. If dirt, sand, or any other particulate materials reach the engine, the bearings can wear and precision parts in the engine can be damaged. To avoid this damage, maintaining the filters on any bike you ride is key. Making sure your motorcycle filters are clean and functioning properly is easy to do and is extremely effective. If your bike’s filters need a good cleaning or need to be replaced, look no further. With the proper filters, you can maximize horsepower and acceleration to optimize the overall performance of your bike – and we’ve got what you’re looking for.
If you’re not sure how or when to change your motorcycle filter, or have questions or the different filters we carry for your bike, let us know. We can help you find the correct filter for your bike, direct you to an instructional how-to video, or guide you through an owner’s manual – all over phone, live chat, or email!
Arnold in MN
I love K & N Air Filter's, I put them on everything. I was so happy that they make one that fits my '19 Honda CRF230F. I know it will last for many years as long as I clean and oil it properly. It's probably not as economical as other options, they cost more up front, and the recharge kit cost's money as well. I just trust the brand and the technology that goes into it. I pulled it off after a day of riding in very dusty conditions and there was no dirt that got around the filter, but I took that opportunity to put a light film of grease on the rubber mating flange, which I had not done originally. The filter fits perfectly on my bike and makes a tight seal, probably breathes better as well.Read All Reviews