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If you’re out on the motocross track, it might be inconvenient to tap into a nearby power supply. If you’re out on a mountain trail, it might be impossible. That’s why Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries a variety of power supplies that allow you to tap into the power source you always have nearby: your dirt bike.
If you want to install a 12-volt power socket (sometimes called a cigarette lighter plug) directly on your dirt bike, we’ve got a part for that. If you need to add a USB plug to your dirt bike, we’ve got a product for that too. Installing power sockets to your bike means that you have the convenience of using electronic gadgets that were designed to be used on the go (such as phones, MP3 players or even heating clothing).
We stock many additional accessories to complement your dirt bike power supply needs, including power adapters (USB and 12-volt), fuse holders, mounting systems, wire loom and dielectric grease. We carry top brands like Tusk, Eklipes, 3BR Powersports, and others. When it comes to power supply products and accessories, you know you can rely on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC to provide the very best for your dirt bike!
Alexander in NS
This is probably one of the most valuable items I've put in my bags for any trip. Never have to worry about a dead battery or bump starting your bike again. Charge phones, gps, cameras with the multi adapter provided. Excellent product.Read All Reviews
Troy in UT
I put the quick disconnect cables on my battery so i can plug in my tender when my bike not in use. I carry this in my pack just in case i need to charge a phone, gopro, or gps while out on the trail.Read All Reviews
Brian in WI
This adapter does not grip the receptacle very well. It continued to fall out of my BMW R1200RT horizontal adapter. I would find it dangling off my phone after less than 30 minutes of riding. I bought 2 and both had the same problem. I compared it to a BMW plug and it was noticeably easier to pull out. I hooked up my trusty fish scale and did a pull out test. It took less than 2 pounds to extract. If you have a vertical receptacle it might work.Read All Reviews