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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.
Troy in UT
Ive got these batteries in my gsxr and yz450fx and have never had any issues with them. You can use the deltran battery tender jr. lithium to tend them while not in use, which is a much cheaper alternative than the shorai system. They are expensive but you get what you pay for.Read All Reviews
DOUG in VA
I've had 2 of these, the first one lasted over 3 years so I can't complain. The smallest 4-cell cranks my bike well and the cold is not an issue. I accidentally drained mine completely a couple of times by leaving the switch on. It recovered without an issue except for the last time I did it which was 3 years from purchase. The second one is going strong at the one year mark.Read All Reviews
John in FL
Take a look at the cranking amps - 125 - which is pretty close to stock. The battery is super light and seems well made and does a just fine job of starting up my bike, but not a better job. For a little more money, you can get a lithium that puts out 210 CA, which will start the bike a lot better. Hindsight, that's what I should have done. Next e-start bike will get a Shorai.Read All Reviews