Using motorcycle chain lube is the best way to extend the life of your chain. When each link is properly lubricated, it reduces the natural wear that it receives. With the high speeds and quick acceleration capabilities of motorcycles, it makes a significant difference. The little time it takes to apply chain lube will eventually save you quite a bit in chain replacement costs – especially considering the fact that bad chains also wear out sprockets more quickly.
We stock a number of highly respectable brands for our chain lube inventory. Here are just a few names that you’ll probably recognize:
All of the lubes we carry come highly recommended. (Just take a look at the customer reviews to see for yourself.) Some brands even produce several types, so you’re sure to find something that meets your preferences. For example, Maxima offers both chain guard and chain wax (as well as corresponding chain care kits) – both serve the same purpose, though they do it using a different chemical solution and produce slightly different results due to their different consistencies. Similarly, Motul offers chain lube and chain paste. Bel-Ray has a number of different lubes: Blue Tac, MC-2, Super Clean and Waterproof. Don’t forget motorcycle chain cleaner as well. We stock great options from both Maxima and Muc-Off.
If you’re in need of some of the best motorcycle chain lube around, just browse the products on this page and order today.
Eddy in WA
I usually run Bel Ray or Maxim chain lube and you get the usual gunky build up and by the end of the day the chain is completely dry on the rollers and a greasy dirty mess on the side plates. The No Toil is more of a wax than an oil, it goes on almost watery but sets up very quickly into a clear thin layer. I sprayed up one of my dirt bike chains that was covered in the old chain lube and dirt, after the first ride most of the old buildup had flung off and after the second application the chain was looking very clean, no build up. The rollers still had a mild sheen to them at the end of the day like they weren't completely dry and the o rings showed signs of still having lubrication on them. I was pretty impressed with the product. I applied the No Toil to my street bike chain with the same outcome, striped all the old build up after a couple applications and the chain appears to stay lubricated after 500 miles. The only thing I did notice is the chain runs louder on the sprockets, Iâ??m guessing because the film thickness on the No Toil is thinner, but other than that its great stuff.Read All Reviews